After weeks of speculation, anticipation and a dose of hype, Apple unveiled the newest version of its wildly popular smartphone at an event in San Francisco on Wednesday.
T-Mobile announced it’s now offering unlimited data plans for their smartphone subscribers following in the footsteps of Sprint.
Verizon Wireless will soon offer consumers a “Share Everything” plan, where customers will be able to connect up to 10 devices to a pool data plan. But who will really benefit from this?
Apple’s success is good for the U.S. economy, and some businesses, like software developers and memory-chip makers, have benefited from the disruption Apple is causing. But its enormous gains have resulted in others’ pains, sometimes in unexpected places.
Smartphone thieves could soon be stopped in their digital tracks with a new database that will allow service providers to block service to stolen phones.
Verizon and Redbox, the company whose DVD kiosks are in grocery stores, are teaming up for a service that will combine physical DVD’s with streaming video.
Verizon Communications has plans to launch a service that will allow people to stream movies and television shows over the Internet. KCBS Technology Analyst Larry Magid looks at how the new service will differ from Netflix.
First-day pre-orders of Apple’s iPhone 4S have topped 1 million, breaking the record set by last year’s model.
Take a look at your phone bill. Do you know what every item your provider is charging you?
The Justice Department filed suit Wednesday to block AT&T’s $39 billion deal to buy T-Mobile USA on grounds that it would raise prices for consumers.