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posted in December 2009
A proposed agreement calls for Samsung to deliver an undisclosed payment to Kodak, as well as a cross-licensing deal.
Voice-over-IP calling applications enable smartphone users to make lower-cost international calls.
Drivers can be substantially more distracted by texting than talking on a cell phone while operating a motor vehicle.
In addition to releasing new webOS firmware, Palm is boosting its developer tools to better compete against BlackBerry and the iPhone.
The largest U.S. carrier said doubling its early termination fee was necessary to reduce consumers' costs for sophisticated devices like the Storm 2 or Motorola Droid.
As smartphones further cemented their place in the enterprise, Apple, Motorola, Google Android, and RIM Blackberry vied for the spotlight.
The move could make the mobile platform more attractive to developers because it offers a seamless way to buy applications.
The cross-platform framework will enable businesses to deploy Opera browsers with a consistent user interface across multiple handsets.
The browser for Windows Mobile features a refined user interface, better touchscreen support, and the latest versions of Flash and Silverlight.
The 3.3 version of Google Maps for mobile includes more location-based services and the ability to report map problems directly from the phone.
The handset maker's mobile operating system will be taking on the likes of Google's Android and the open source Symbian.
The cable company is using its portion of the 700-MHz spectrum to offer cellular voice services.
The JooJoo Web tablet has sure caused a stir with all of its issues with TechCrunch, but is the device good enough to overcome all this drama? I spent a little time talking with Fusion Garage CEO Chandra Rathakrishnan today going over the JooJoo and feel like it's an impressive product that may be hindered by its price. Hit the jump for deeper impressions and a demo video.
Molinker is accused of falsifying 5-star ratings for its programs to boost its rating in the App Store.
The $831 million deal will end all pending litigation between the companies and expand Sprint's coverage area and number of subscribers.
The mobile messaging service will help businesses handle the looming consumerization of the enterprise smartphone space, Good Technology said.
The government agency wants to know why Verizon Wireless doubled its cell phone cancellation fees.
The company will pare down its smartphone portfolio in order to better compete against companies such as Apple, Research In Motion, and Palm.
The refreshed software developer's kit comes as the operating system is beginning to pick up steam with wireless carriers and handset makers.
The $170 million purchase of Networks In Motion will enable TeleCommunication Systems to capitalize on the fast-growing location-based services market.
The investment in Sensitive Object could eventually lead to Motorola handsets with stronger touch interfaces.
The latest version of Qt offers support for Symbian, Maemo, and multi-touch, and also includes code contributions by third parties.
Verizon will continue to show its "There's A Map For That" ads to capitalize on perceived weaknesses of AT&T's 3G network.
The world's largest handset maker said the mobile market is stabilizing and should see 10% growth next year.
Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of that little thing called Twitter, is showing off his latest project, and Square is trying to turn iPhones into a mobile payment hub for merchants. It's a very interesting idea, but, like Twitter, I'm wondering how it's going to make real money.
The top app in the Android Developer Challenge sends late-night phone calls directly to voice mail while the owner sleeps.
Touchscreen phones will account for nearly 20% of the 200 million handsets Samsung expects to ship this year.
The federal agency is requiring white-space devices to be able to check an online database that identifies which spectrum is available in a given market.