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AT&T chief: Industry moving toward usage-based pricing

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said he thinks the wireless industry is going to adopt usage-based pricing models for mobile data. While he did not provide specific plans for how AT&T Mobility

Apple's smartphone battle plan

Apple's attempt to block the import of smartphones made by HTC Corp.

Apple guns for HTC in US courts

Apple is suing HTC for infringing patents covering handset user interface and underlying technology.   The firm says HTC has infringed on 20 patents lodged when it

Apple plans low-end iPhone, but iPad may be delayed

We are getting used to the annual spectacle of analysts falling over one another to predict what the new Apple iPhone will look like, and this year the consensus is that the vendor will go for the

News In Brief: Alca-Lu, BT, Trinity Mobile, Apple, T-Systems

Alcatel-Lucent hopes to communicate its strategy more effectively by

Apple stings HTC with patent lawsuit

Let the great patent wars continue. Apple said it sued rival smartphone maker HTC for infringing on 20 of its patents related to the iPhone's user interface, underlying architecture and hardware. The

Comcast continues to open up DVR control

Qualified Comcast subscribers will soon be able to remotely control their digital video recorders--as long as they're part of the iPhone family of users--thanks to a new mobile app the MSO is

iPads, GooglePhones and Kindles: welcome to 2010

Whenever a new decade kicks off, it's always tempting- almost mandatory, actually- to took at the previous one to see what's changed in the last ten years.

Is the OS war poised to become a battle of the sexes?

Despite the enormity of the divide separating Apple and Google in their race for mobile industry supremacy, it turns out that consumers on their respective iPhone and Android platforms exhibit

EU Windows users get browser choice

Microsoft yesterday began offering European Windows users alternative web browser choices, after the EC ruled the firm was abusing its dominant position in the market.