President Barack Obama wants nearly all Americans to have access to
speedy wireless services. He's promoting that plan in a small city in
Michigan that's becoming a model for how the Internet can bring
prosperity to far-flung places.
For the first time ever, smart phones such as Apple Inc.'s iPhone are
outselling personal computers.
customers who use large amounts of data may be in for a surprise. The mobile phone giant announces a change in service.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. launched the first iPad-only newspaper
Verizon Wireless is revealing details of how much it will charge iPhone users for voice, text and data service.
While Apple is seen as the global ruler of consumer
products in the Smartphone arena, a tech player in
China is pushing back.
MySpace uses music celebrities to curate special programming to increase the social network's relevancy.
Three tech companies are committing millions of dollars to an Obama initiative supporting