Sprint continues the slow process of rolling out 4G LTE to its subscribers across America. Its most notable new addition is the Chicago suburbs, but there are plenty more.
Best Buy may have jumped the gun a bit -- it has begun taking pre-orders for a pair of Windows Phones headed for AT&T, even though the prices and release dates for these models have yet to be officially announced. UPDATED
Motorola Mobility has published a list of its smartphones that will be upgraded to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), the latest version of Google's OS. The device maker has also revealed which models won't be getting upgrades.
A self-empowered BYOD employee is as compelling to businesses as the proposition is terrifying. Our parent site TechnologyGuide brings us an in-depth report on this topic.
T-Mobile has quietly stopped offering its most affordable wireless data plan. The plan, which cost just $10 month, allowed users to transfer a very small amount of data in a month.
Verizon introduced the Droid Bionic came out a year ago, and since then users have been waiting for an upgrade to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). This is now available, at long last, and users can now switch to waiting for an upgrade to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).
Microsoft employees may have given the world a first look at the smartphone their company is developing. Pictures of this device have appeared on Microsoft's own website.
It is getting easier for Google Play Store users to keep track of the items they've been yearning for -- shoppers can create a wish list within the store that allows them to bookmark their favorites. Our sister site Tablet PC Review brings us this news.
Verizon Wireless says that during the third quarter of this year it sold more Android-based smartphones than iPhones, continuing a long-held trend. These two operating systems dominated smartphones sales for the telcom.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop said during an investor call earlier today that a Microsoft Surface smartphone would be a "stimulant" to the Windows Phone 8 ecosystem.
Those who are in the market for a new Samsung Galaxy S III can save a bundle by shopping online at Amazon, rather than going to their wireless carrier.
Google has sent out invitations to the press for an event to be held the last Monday of this month. It's not clear at this point exactly what's on the docket, but it could be new Nexus smartphones and/or tablets.
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