Apple's Steve Jobs and former Samsung chief Yun Jong-Yong have been named the first and second best CEOs in the world, respectively, in a new survey by the Harvard Business Review.
Nokia today filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission against Apple, alleging "virtually all" of the company's products--mobile phones, portable music players and
The UK government's proposal to disconnect from the internet users caught repeatedly engaging in piracy could
PCCW will make its now TV content available on the Sony PS3 PlayStation from early 2010. PS3 users wi
The UK's Supreme Court has refused an appeal by Vodafone against a £2.2 billion tax bill from the UK government.
Apple made news last month when word leaked it was shopping an online TV subscription service to network execs with a $30-a-month price tag. Well, rumors say at least a couple of big networks are
While 94.4 percent of iPhone users have upgraded their smartphones to run on iPhone OS 3.0, only 52.24 percent of iPod touch users have made the switch according to a new study released by online
Nokia contends its recent lawsuits targeting Apple, LG and Samsung and others reflect the changing, increasingly competitive nature of the wireless industry. Nokia, no stranger to litigation (see its
In a bit of carefully-worded marketing, Verizon Wireless CTO Tony Melone expressed confidence that the carrier's network could handle all of the mobile data traffic from Apple's iPhone--if rival
Mobile devices will outstrip PCs as the leading access tool to the internet within five years according to a new report from Morgan Stanley.