Apple's grip on the mobile accessories market appears to be loosening, according to a New York Times report, which could cut into the royalties that accessory makers pay Apple.
RadioShack ended its mobile retail relationship with Target, saying the two companies could not agree to terms that would have created more profit for both parties.
Retailers are missing out on some of the revenue they could be reaping from the sales of smartphones because they aren't putting enough effort into selling accessories, according to a new report from
While the mainstays of wireless accessories--Bluetooth headsets, cases and the like--are not going to fade from view any time soon, there's a new crop of mobile accessories hitting the market, and
In case you hadn't noticed, the FierceWireless editorial team has been busy assembling a range of special content over the past few days. The wireless industry is constantly evolving, and these new
Smartphones command a great deal of the excitement and attention in the wireless market, but the less-flashy accessories market also is booming. After-market mobile phone accessories--those sold to