This week Nokia executives swapped offices again, while HTC fired back at Apple in the courts. With its smartphone market share in freefall, Nokia’s
Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) said it will launch its first 3G/4G smartphone, the HTC Evo 4G, June 4. The carrier, beset by postpaid subscriber defections, is hoping the high-end device will lure customers
Taiwanese handset vendor HTC has countersued Apple for patent infringement, asking US trade regulators to block the sale of Apple devices in the US. HTC’s reque
HTC fired back at Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) in the patent infringement dispute between the two smartphone makers, alleging Apple is infringing on five of HTC's patents. The Taiwanese company asked the U.S.
Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is trying to brush aside a report from earlier this week that showed Google's Android platform beating out the iPhone for the No. 2 spot in terms of U.S. smartphone market share.
There is not enough Apple rumor mongering. The iPhone 4G is just weeks away yet minutes pass with nary a blurry image appearing on the Web. Hours pass sans stories about a missing prototype.
Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) plans to launch a tablet based on Google's Android platform, and a host of other connected devices, in a bid to catch up with rival AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) on the tablet
Despite the increasingly fragmented nature of the mobile operating system market, most of the new challengers are in their infancy, and even Symbian^3 will not appear in devices until later this
Nokia has unveiled its fourth executive team reshuffle in as many years, as it scrabbles to find an answer to the iPhone. In the
Verizon Wireless is working with Google on a tablet computer, CEO Lowell McAdam has told the Wall Street Journal. The head of the largest US mobile operator di