New chief Tim Cook will host his first product showcase as the revamped iPhone 5 gets unveiled.
A new study suggesting that checking phone and email messages may be a compulsion has important implications for efforts to reduce cell-phone usage by drivers.
The U.S. Postal Service is facing default and possibly disintegration, and mobile payments seem poised to pick up the slack.
MainStreet breaks down what you should know before heading to your local wireless provider for an upgrade.
As the number of people who use smartphones grows, companies selling everything from hardware to high fashion are touting new shopping applications.
Sprint is instituting a big increase in the cost of getting out of your contract early, which may suggest that the iPhone could be coming to the network.
Even though AT&T tried a last-minute bribe of promising 5,000 new U.S. jobs to help gain support for the deal, the Justice Department filed a complaint to fight the combination of the nation's No. 2 and No. 4 wireless carriers.
Beyond data plans and surcharges, your high-tech phone could be depleting your bank account.
As Hurricane Irene approaches, a smartphone or tablet computer can come in handy during the storm — if you've made some advance preparations.
Verizon Wireless is the most reliable wireless carrier in the U.S., according to new study conducted by research group J.D. Power and Associates.