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It took nearly six years, but T-Mobile is now officially an iPhone carrier. T-Mobile won't be selling the device like any old carrier, though. The iPhone 5 will be unsubsidized, but available over some of the cheapest service plans in the mobile industry.
Although some might expect a 17-year-old startup founder to take his windfall from a Yahoo acquisition and run, Summly CEO Nick D'Aloisio says he wants to stick around and help Yahoo figure out how mobile content works.
Looking for a Windows 8 slate with mobile broadband? Samsung has added an LTE radio in its Ativ Smart PC Pro 700 tablet, but it will cost you quite a bit up front for the privilege.
An update to Evernote for Android includes new photo features, shortcuts and enhanced document search for premium users.
Microsoft is testing white space technology in Kenya, and now Google is doing the same in South Africa. The company's involvement extends to sponsorship and the use of its newly-launched spectrum database.
Amazon Web Services is launching a new mobile engineering effort out of Palo Alto, Calif., according to its job postings.
The idea for the app came from the founder's history running his own digital agency: his musician and creative friends wanted a way to share content online, but felt limited by some of the more popular social tools available.
This week, Congress held three days of hearings on regulating mobile health. The FDA hasn't yet released its final guidance, but here are a few details on how it views the market so far.
With the Podcasts 1.2 update released Thursday, Apple's own app is now on par with other iOS podcasting apps. One area in which it really excels now is automatic downloads of new episodes.
The Democratic chairman is stepping down, according to the Wall Street Journal, just as a Republican commissioner is departing, preserving an administration-friendly majority on the commission.
Other apps that won't make the cut: those that are not optimized for the iPhone 5 or Retina displays.
Verizon just turned tablets and PCs into fully functioning SMS clients. It's new Verizon Messaging service virtualizes its texting and MMS capabilities on the iPad, Android tablets and multiple web browsers.
Improvements to the app are long overdue since the Podcasts feature was broken out from iTunes as a standalone app last fall.
Organizations are adopting mobile devices and cloud-based applications in order to reduce costs and further business agility across their distributed workforce. The downside is end users are drowning in user names and passwords while IT is scrambling to address security requirements caused by this re-perimeterization of IT.
What can a pair of Google engineers do with their technical prowess at home? Create an Android app that controls a lawn watering system through an Arduino board and the web!
This week's call in podcast answers your questions about a Samsung smartwatch, Google Reader alternatives, carrier software updates on unsubsidized phones, and nifty Galaxy S 4 features that could find their way to the Galaxy Note 2...
Skype never dominated the mobile space the way it has dominated the PC, opening the door for numerous OTT communications rivals. TextMe believes it has combined the best features of Skype, WhatsApp and Pinger into a single mobile ap...
Evernote updated the Evernote Food app with Foursquare and OpenTable integration, recipe sharing and some other new features.
Microsoft's purchase of Skype is starting to benefit the Windows Phone 8 platform: The newest preview version of Skype for Microsoft smartphones is the first to offer HD video on mobiles.
East will cease to be ARM's CEO as of 1 July, and his position will be filled by current company president Simon Segars. Both engineers have been with ARM since the early 1990s.