Google Drive is poised to give IT departments yet another headache to deal with.
Stories by Brad Reed
With spring now in full bloom, device manufacturers are starting to roll out some of their marquee smartphones in an effort to generate some buzz before Apple inevitably drops its newest iPhone this summer.
Roberto Saracco isn't buying carriers' claims that they need to put data caps on their LTE services due to excessive traffic causing massive engineering challenges.
Sprint today announced that its second high-profile LTE device, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, will be available starting April 22.
Let's face it: Your prospects of becoming an overnight billionaire by inventing the next Instagram probably aren't good.
Fenway Park may be 100 years old this season but that doesn't mean the Boston Red Sox baseball stadium is stuck with antiquated technology.
Google CEO Larry Page isn't concerned about Android's lack of revenues, at least for the time being.
SIP is growing quickly, but still has a long way to go before becoming the dominant trunking technology.
By now you know the drill: a company releases a new tablet or smartphone that has the fastest processor, sharpest screen resolution and sleekest design of anyone else on the market.
The Federal Communications Commission and the CTIA Wireless Association are joining hands in an attempt to take a bite out of smartphone crime.
If you've played "Fruit Ninja," "Cut the Rope" or any number of games on your iPhone, you probably aren't very impressed with their graphical capabilities, especially when compared with modern games such as "Gears of War" and "Skyrim." But as one panel on mobile gaming at PAX East 2012 this year demonstrated, you should probably be thankful for what you've got.
T-Mobile has entered into a spectrum-swapping deal with Leap Wireless that will solidify the carrier's spectrum position in four states.
IBM is trying to replicate the success it's had with WebSphere in the mobile market.
With its LTE launch just around the corner, Sprint Wednesday took the wraps off its first big-time LTE-capable smartphone, the HTC Evo 4G LTE.
If you're worried about companies like Facebook and Google violating your privacy, just wait until you have unmanned aerial drones flying around your house.