As AT&T looks for ways to make its business more efficient and shrink how much it spends on device subsidies, Google's Android smartphones take the top sales spot at the carrier in the second quarter.
Due out next month, T-Mobile's version of the Galaxy S II should have a larger display than smartphones from other U.S. carriers.
Samsung launched Ice Cream Sandwich on its Galaxy Nexus and now it outlines preliminary details for bringing Android 4.0 to its other devices.
In a splashy debut, the Finnish company launches its Windows Phone-based Lumia handsets, along with the Asha line for emerging markets.
How does Verizon Wireless' pricing for the new iPhone stack up against AT&T's pricing? Check out this FAQ to find out.
This week Ask Maggie looks at whether Verizon is likely to follow in the footsteps of rival AT&T by getting rid of its unlimited data plan, in addition to a couple other burning questions.
CNET's Maggie Reardon looks into whether a 4G fee is really necessary, why travelers might benefit from a BlackBerry, and whether HTC smartphones can be unlocked for the U.S.
This week's Ask Maggie tech advice column sheds light on those mysterious "unlimited" mobile data plans, and helps readers decide between prepaid cell phone service and a contract service.