AT&T is using new technology to create an intuitive, “living” network as it seeks innovative ways to boost data speeds and reduce spectrum strain.
Proview filed another lawsuit against Apple, expanding the trademark battle to the U.S. and upping the stakes for both companies in the high-profile case.
Google hired former Congresswoman Susan Molinari to run its Washington lobbying efforts, ramping up efforts to influence tech-oriented legislation.
Google will launch a new 7-inch tablet this spring, sources say, as the search giant continues its quest to dominate the mobile technology market and compete with rivals like Apple and Amazon.
T-Mobile plans to release 10 LTE devices in 2013, updating its network to become a better candidate for the iPhone.
Carriers use throttling to manage data traffic, but a study shows the method has less to do with spectrum crunch than a way to shift users from unlimited services.
Power Felt, a wearable fabric, uses body heat to charge smartphones and other small gadgets, pointing to the growing demand for energy efficiency in mobile technology.
Cell phones can now diagnose foodborne diseases, as innovative scientists use mobile technology to improve global healthcare.
President Obama unveiled a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights, underscoring a need to give users greater control over their online and mobile identities.
Google is laying the groundwork to offer television service, part of an ever-expanding competition with multi-platform communications providers.