For a limited time, Sprint is luring in customers with trade-in and early termination fee credits.
Winning apps are eligible for prizes that range between $50,000 and $200,000, as the two companies attempt to spur development in their upstart operating system.
The comics publisher is offering the first issues of 50 of its books for free, both through its Web site and its mobile apps.
HTC's new program could help lure new customers, especially now that HTC is offering new phones.
The carrier is hoping the promise of better video content on its mobile phones will get regulators to approve its pending spectrum and cross-selling deal with cable providers.
Software developers interested in mobile have Apple and Google at the top of their lists, but HP has set up an intriguing possibility.
Apple's website is counting up to 10 billion downloads from the App Store. The iPhone, iPod touch or iPad owner who downloads the milestone app will win a $10,000 iTunes voucher.
Microsoft dangles a "carrot stick" to convince U.K. buyers to grab a tablet.
If you just gotta have your iPhone/BlackBerry on you at all times, these homemade earrings will at least hold you over while your real phone is charging up.
Shareholders approve a potential $13.6 million bonus for CEO Larry Ellison. Question is, can that figure really motivate a billionaire who has topped the Forbes list of best-paid tech CEOs?