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Starting Friday, if you buy an LTE or HSPA+ compatible device on GoPhone -- or bring your own -- you will be able to connect to AT&T's fastest networks.
HTC will reportedly reverse course and offer a "Google Edition" HTC One phone, with the official announcement expected next week. That could give HTC a boost by getting more marketing help and making pure Android fans happier.
Samsung keeps selling each successive Galaxy S smartphone faster than the prior model, leaving little room for any other Android smartphone maker to grab a piece of the profit pie. Should we all just get used to TouchWiz?
Intel is supply the processing might for NSN's new Liquid Apps architecture. The technology could greatly improve the flow of traffic over the mobile internet, but it might also unfairly favor some content over others.
Apple started the race for smartphone screen clarity and others are following. Samsung, LG and HTC all beat out Apple's Retina Display with higher pixel counts, but even they can't compete against Qualcomm's new Mirasol display.
After months of slowing smartphone sales and reduced profits, some HTC employees aren't waiting for the company's turnaround. Is it possible that HTC is planning to focus more on Asia over the US?
The London-based backend-as-a-service outfit thinks not enough mobile developers are considering the opportunities afforded by opening up their apps' data to other apps, and it wants to help.
Venture capital-backed lithium ion battery startup Amprius is finally moving into commercial production, with an announcement that it has OEM partners in place, and will start making its second-gen batteries later this year.
Despite being late to the market, Nvidia is showing it can keep up with the latest technological advances in LTE technology. But like it's exaggeration-prone competitors, Nvidia is falsely labeling its chip "LTE-Advanced."
The world's first international MVNO, Truphone is now offering shared plans for business, allowing companies to offer a single pool of minutes and megabytes their employees can use in multiple counties.
More news from Yahoo on Monday: The company is revamping photo-sharing service Flickr and is also opening a New York office.
At last week's Google I/O event, Google Voice news was noticeably absent from the stage, overshadowed by the new Hangouts service, which doesn't yet support Voice. Hold tight, says Google, it's coming.
Acer's Iconia W3 is the second coming of Ultra Mobile PCs, only this time, there's a touch-friendly user interface. The Windows 8 desktop is still the biggest challenge on a small slate; perhaps Microsoft should offer a "Metro"-only license?
Google Glass is still leagues short having the thriving developer community of Android, but at I/O Google began seeding that app ecosystems with the help of six big-name web and media brands.
Google CEO Larry Page, who has been suffering from vocal cord issues showed up at the end of Google I/O keynote and spent talking about his vision of technology and took questions from the audience. And that's one the fun started.
The new Google Hangouts brings together all of Google's messaging services and will soon see SMS integration. So where does this leave Google Voice in the big picture?
The world's top handset manufacturer has signed up for Telefónica's carrier billing service, which will let customers buy apps and content through the Samsung app store and charge it to their phone bill.
Three former Microsoft employees believe clothing will be the computer, and to that end they invested three years of their lives building a sensor-infused material that they promptly turned into... a pair of socks.
The internet of things isn't a new idea, but it is finally becoming a reality. In this week's podcast, Adam Dunkels of ThingSquare explains what the tipping point was and how far we've come.
The GPS Navigation & Maps app combines OpenStreetMap-based maps with turn-by-turn navigation, with everything working offline as well as online. It's a cheaper rival to TomTom and CoPilot, and one for privacy-minded Google users to consider.