The latest news on cellphones
Apple's handset stokes interest in all smartphones, but Nokia risked being left behind.
Competitor's price alone can't conquer Apple's phone, but Sprint's unlimited data might draw power users.
But iPhone not as cheap as it looks after factoring in an increase in data subscription fee.
Sales double in North America as consumers increasingly snatch up the sophisticated handsets.
AT&T's new handset appeals to new—and easily confused—wireless customers.
Eric Schmidt predicts that ad profits from mobile devices will eclipse those on conventional Web.
Shopping and networking sites get the lion's share of mobile minutes. But Craigslist?
Verizon says a version of the open-source system will run many of its phones starting next year.
The telecommunications sector is reporting rosy results.
Wondering how LG's Voyager stacks up against the iPhone? Wonder no more.