Parents are including cellphones on their back-to-school shopping lists, so MainStreet talked to experts to find out what they need to know before outfitting their children with a mobile device.
More than a third of iPhone owners mistakenly believe that they have 4G service, and they’re not the only ones that have misconceptions about their wireless plan.
In other news, American technology has gone back in time to 1997.
Technology is supposed to help make our lives easier, so here are 15 ways your smartphone makes good on that promise and help you save some cash.
According to Nielsen, smartphone sales have begun to outpace basic phones.
The days of unlimited cellphone data plans are coming to an end, which means consumers must now think carefully about how much data they actually use to find the plan that’s right for them.
Recent surveys reveal that mobile apps are more of a time suck than the Web.
Mobile phones may someday replace your wallet, but not many consumers are on board.
Google's Android market keeps growing. Here's our running list, with 5 new -- or recently updated -- Android apps to try.
A survey from Pew finds that one in four Internet users have used online phone calling services like Skype.