Samsung Electronics is likely going to expand its lead over Apple in the global smartphone market this year, according to research firm Strategy Analytics.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson credits Apple's iPhone with making the operator realize it needed to change its network architecture and massively boost its spectrum holdings.
Developers have identified traces of Apple's next iPhone and iOS software update in app usage logs, The Next Web reports.
Apple announced it sold 2 million iPhone 5s during the gadget's first weekend of sales in China, the world's largest wireless market. However, Apple's shares fell after the news, partially due to a downgrade on Apple's stock by Citi.
If Jolla can successfully identify pockets of demand and tightly manage its costs, it may create a sustainable niche. Should it be even moderately successful, Intel and Nokia will look back wistfully at what could have been.
T-Mobile USA has deployed HSPA+ on its refarmed PCS 1900 MHz spectrum in 23 cities, covering 100 million people with the improved service, according to CTO Neville Ray.
Shares in TomTom have risen sharply after an analyst at Rabobank International said Apple could be preparing a takeover bid. The thinking is that Apple could bid for TomTom to quickly improve its maligned Apple Maps service.
Apple's new fourth-generation iPad and iPad mini each accounted for only 2 percent of overall iOS tablet app traffic in November, app analytics firm Localytics reports.
T-Mobile made lots of news Thursday, and to me the biggest piece was that the carrier is ending device subsidies . That will have a longer-lasting impact than T-Mobile getting Apple's iPhone starting next year .
T-Mobile USA will eliminate all device subsidies from its rate plans in 2013. During Deutsche Telekom's annual investor conference, T-Mobile CEO John Legere said that customers will pay an upfront fee for their devices and then pay the balance of the device in affordable monthly installments.