Symbian is set to be replaced in Canada and the US by the Windows Phone 7 OS.
Facebook Messenger, a new standalone app launching this week, allows users to send group messages or share photos with a single tap of the touchscreen.
iPhone 5: iOS 5 is set to launch this fall, but developers already have their mitts on the new Apple OS.
Windows Phone 7 is still lagging behind competitors Android and iOS. Will the release of Mango help bolster the Microsoft operating system?
Facebook is under fire in Germany for its facial recognition functionality.
BlackBerry 7 is coming. Is it enough to boost the fortunes of RIM?
Skype makes its debut on the iPad. So how does it stack up?
ICloud blends elements of Lion and iOS. Here's what to expect from iCloud when it arrives this fall.
Facebook wants to give you $500. But first you have to help the social network locate flaws in its infrastructure.
Nintendo is lowering its 2011 and 2012 forecast by a whopping 82 percent. Maybe the Nintendo Wii U will be enough to pull the company out of the quagmire.
Welcome back to iPhone 5 rumors. Newly posted images on a British tech site purport to show a next-gen iPhone with a bigger screen and greater touch sensitivity, among other improvements. If these iPhone 5 rumors are genuine, they could tell us a lot about the upcoming device.
The Nintendo 3DS is getting a major price drop – a sign that things have not gone particularly well for Nintendo's latest handheld.
Android return rates are curiously high, one outlet reports today. How does that square with its huge sales?
Back to Gecko is the working name for a new Mozilla mobile initiative.
Mango, the latest iteration of the Windows Phone 7 OS, is expected to arrive on phones this fall.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is set to hit store shelves on Thursday. But Galaxy Tab users will be forced to lock themselves into a costly data contract.