Despite shipping more phones globally than more established names like BlackBerry and Nokia, few outside of China have heard of Coolpad. The company has arrived at CTIA to showcase its Quattro II 4G in hopes that more in the U.S. will soon learn about the ninth-most successful smartphone vendor.
Satellite TV provider Dish desperately wants to get into the wireless industry by acquiring Sprint, but comments by its CEO and a new nationalistic smear campaign are embarrassing those efforts. Is this the Sprint of the future?
Most security apps are not effective if a thief uninstalls the app or simply resets the phone. With LoJack for Android, which is embedded in the Samsung Galaxy S 4 firmware, tracking down a stolen phone will still be possible.
Verizon Wireless today announced that it will be the exclusive distributor of a new carrier named Viva Movil that specifically targets, markets to, and serves the growing Latino population in the United States.
Google Drive for Android has undergone a big reconstruction to add several new features, including the ability to scan a document by taking a picture and having words on paper converted to text that can be stored online or edited.
Apple iOS 7 is rumored to be a dramatic departure from its current version. According to a report published by 9to5Mac, Apple is set to introduce new connections with photo-sharing service Flickr and high-quality video sharing site Vimeo.
The Cat brand is associated with tough, durable, lunch-pail-steel-resolve-kind-of-rugged products. That same mentality is being brought to the new Android-powered Cat B15.
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, or T-Mobile: which is the best carrier? A new app called CellMaps provides a highly-detailed answer to the growing question of which carrier offers the best wireless service in a given area.
Sprint has raised its bid to acquire Clearwire to $3.40 per share, but early reports from some investors suggests that the company may have to offer even more money in order to ensure that it obtains complete ownership of the struggling wireless provider.
Photo-hosting and sharing service Flickr today unveiled a brand new design that lets users store and share full resolution photos. Storing large, high-quality photos can quickly eat up the 1 to 5 GB of data typically offered by free photo-sharing services, but Flickr has raised the bar to supply a terabyte of storage.