As cell phone carriers wait for 4G, some are turning to Wi-Fi, but they're being careful about how much they integrate it into their service.
Feds crackdown on counterfeit cell phone ring
This story contained incorrect attribution for the cellular phone tracking story. The story that focused on the privacy issues was written by Seth Borenstein of the Associated Press.
Researchers determine people tend to stay close to home for months at a time by tracking 100,000 cell phone users in an undisclosed industrial nation outside the U.S.
Wireless subscribers who were charged for ringtones and other content like horoscopes will soon be able to get a refund.
A recent Gartner report shows that sales in emerging markets helped boost overall mobile handset sales 13.6 percent in the first quarter of 2008.
The Phoenix lander touches down safely on Mars; researchers find an exploit in the newest version of Adobe Flash; and the man heading up Microsoft's Windows efforts starts talking Windows 7.
President Bush says he is changing U.S. policy to allow people living in the U.S. to send cell phones to family and friends, now that the ban on these devices has been lifted.
Cell phone guru Kent German stops by to talk about his favorite music phones. Also, big news from Napster this week.
Small rural carriers petition the FCC to examine exclusive deals between cell phone manufacturers and mobile operators.