Stocks slid in late afternoon trading. The Dow lost 66 points Tuesday to close at 11954, after gaining as much as 126 points earlier. Stocks on the Nasdaq and S&P 500 also suffered losses.
Stocks calmed down after Monday's big declines. Stocks on the Dow gained 69 points by noon Tuesday.
Verizon Wireless says it's waiting to offer better security and user experience. But Verizon's move could thwart Google's bid to turn the new Galaxy Nexus smartphone into the credit card of the future.
The wireless industry is being told by the FCC to curb 'bill shock' notifying consumers when they are about to be charged extra for going over monthly limits for voice, data, texting, and roaming.
Kinder Morgan purchased rival pipeline operator El Paso Corp for $21 billion, creating what will be by far the country's largest pipeline distributor of natural gas.
LaptopMag offers a play-by-play walk through of Google Wallet.
The Dow rose 53.58 points to close at 11,613.53 as a wild month for the financial markets ends quietly
The Justice Department's suit to block the merger could boost mobile-phone competition. If successful, the suit could preserve low-price plans that T-Mobile has been pushing.
An AT&T and T-Mobile merger would mean 'higher prices' for customers, says the Justice Department, which is suing to block the deal. Is the AT&T and T-Mobile merger now a bust?
The highly-acclaimed Samsung Galaxy S II smart phone is coming to the U.S., appearing first from Sprint. But there are indications that Verizon might pass it over for a newer Samsung handset instead.