The trend of people turning to their smartphones to capture photos and videos shows no sign of slowing down.
In our smartphone-addicted culture, car buyers are increasingly expecting deep integration of their most common used apps into their next car.
T-Mobile customers are reporting issues with iPhones that restart without warning, sometimes preceded by a momentary all-blue "screen of death."
Yesterday the FCC announced that it plans to slap AT&T with a $100 million fine for not disclosing the limits of the company's "unlimited" data plans.
The Federal Communications Commission says it plans to fine AT&T Mobility $100 million for allegedly misleading customers about its unlimited data plans.
Wouldn't it be nice if your car's infotainment system was as full-featured and easy-to-use as your phone?
When the Federal Communications Commission votes later this month on a proposal to subsidize broadband service for low-income families, the outcome seems certain.
Phone theft used to be a growth industry.