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In a series of tweets Monday morning, Microsoft has announced that the company will no longer develop mobile phone hardware or its own mobile operating system.
AT&T announced two unlimited data plans this morning, joining the other three major U.S. carriers that already offer similar plans.
The new (perhaps, last?) frontier for traditional retailers are mobile payment systems that let consumers wave or tap their smartphones to pay at a retail terminal.
Researchers at Strategy Analytics have put together a ranking of the top eight U.S. wireless carriers in the fourth quarter of 2015 based on a variety of metrics.
Nearly everyone in America has a cell phone, and many people do not turn them off. One of the places cell phones should not be used is in church.
App developers for Android-based and Amazon Fire-based mobile devices like smartphones and tablets now have access to an AWS-maintained stable of actual, real, mobile hardware on which to test their...
Sprint calls its latest plan “All-In” pricing, and the costs are not much different than T-Mobil's plan announced last week.
Credit card giant Visa is one of the most underfollowed yet one of the most important stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
One of the biggest considerations for the year ahead for Verizon is the current price war with AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.
Oppenheimer released a report following the recent AWS-3 auction that details what the future holds for all the telecom stocks fighting for the spectrum.
Starbucks has announced the details of its five-year plan to accelerate profitable growth as it extends its markets, channels and formats around the world.
One thing retailers have -- or should have learned -- is not to underestimate the power of Apple in the consumer world.
Struggling wireless company Sprint has elected to cut its workforce.
Reports hit the web Sunday that Apple signed an agreement with American Express for an iPhone payment system.
Source: Microsoft Corp.In a press release issued at 3:01 a.m. Monday morning, Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) announced the first — and quite possibly the last — mobile phone to bear the name of...