A recent survey found that 34 percent of AT&T iPhone users plan to wait until the iPhone is on another carrier before they upgrade.
To keep the Internet humming, more undersea communications lines will need to be added.
Verizon iPhone gossip again surged across the Web this week, in the wake of a new anonymously-sourced rumor.
Droid 2 is set for launch on Thursday – almost exactly a month after the launch of the Droid X.
Verizon iPhone gossip again gripped the blogosphere yesterday. But what do our reader think of the possibility that the iPhone – previously available only on AT&T – might soon become available on Verizon?
The two giants -- and now partners -- were once on opposite sides of the "net neutrality" debate. Their compromise plan has some worthy elements that Congress -- and not the FCC -- must weigh carefully in order to not ruin the Internet.
Verizon iPhone rumors are a favorite pastime on the Web. But one tech blogger says that this time, the Verizon iPhone is really, totally, definitely set for a 2011 launch.
Droid 2, the follow-up to the popular Motorola Droid handset, will hit stores late this week, tech industry insiders say.
Net neutrality rules are intended to ensure that phone and cable TV companies cannot discriminate against Internet traffic traveling over their broadband lines.