The Summer Olympics start today, and those who want to keep track of all the action on their iPhone can turn to LMSolutions' iLondon 2012!
While Apple is known to offer its iOS customers a plethora of gaming apps, it appears the company's operating system is also the best platform for making business-oriented applications, according to a new survey of developers.
Regardless of where you travel, whether for business or travel, Yelp can help you find places of interest like restaurants and gas stations, directly from your mobile phone. In theory, anyway.
T-Mobile appears to have become tired of all the rumors and has made it official: the Samsung Galaxy Note will soon be part of its product lineup. This super-size smartphone has a 5.3-inch display, Android 4.0, and 4G.
T-Mobile's rumored release date for the Samsung Galaxy Note has come and gone, but there's is quite a bit of evidence that the carrier is going to introduce this super-size smartphone... just not for a while.
Google and Apple don't get along as well as they once did, but that hasn't stopped one of these companies from developing apps for the rival's operating system.
Verizon's switch over to its new shared data plans -- which happened this morning -- marks the beginning of the end for those of its subscribers who still have an unlimited data plan.
Sprint's switch from WiMAX to LTE will pass a major milestone when the carrier begins offering the high-speed service in a handful of cities in a few weeks.
Many were speculating that Apple would be developing its own podcast-playing software to be released with iOS 6 in the fall. But, the company didn't wait and has already introduced its own Podcasts app for smartphones and tablets running iOS 5.1 or higher.
The Samsung Galaxy Note appears to on schedule for its rumored mid-July release at T-Mobile, as leaked images of the device have shown up sporting this carrier's logo.
Research in Motion is possibly considering splitting its business in two, separating its handset production division from its messaging network, and then selling the hardware division.
Today, T-Mobile announced an agreement with Verizon Wireless for the purchase and exchange of wireless spectrum in 15 of the top 25 markets in the country. This will improve T-Mobile's current HSPA+ service as well as its even faster LTE service, which will launch in 2013.
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