According to a new analysis, three of the four major mobile service providers in the US are still making it incredibly difficult to unlock smartphones.
It has been a while since it was illegal to unlock your phone, starting now, carriers must unlock your device if your account is in good standing, contracts paid up.
For years now, CTIA has been busy lobbying for wireless carriers to be exempt from any net neutrality rules.
The CTO at Alcatel-Lucent is frustrated with the approach to 5G.
CITA President and CEO Steve Largent has announced that the database for stolen 4G/LTE smartphones has been implemented and is ready for action. Have you ever had a smartphone stolen? Did you manage to remotely wipe it? Did you get it back?
We’re live from the CTIA 2013 convention in Las Vegas, where we got some hands-on time with the Stealth Black version of the popular HTC One.
The guys who host CTIA and MobileCon are getting tired of being ignored, so they’ve decided to merge their events; it’s now called the Super Mobile Show. Will it outshine MWC? Let’s wait and see.
Mobile application development has been on the rise since it first started. This makes sense, as mobile operating systems like Android and iOS have skyrocketed in popularity over the last half a decade. With so many phones out there and so many more predicted to sell, it is predicted that application development, which has already created 512,000 new jobs, will continue to grow at a very quick pace over the next half a decade.
[ Update 2011-10-13: New information has been provided regarding the new date of the Samsung Mobile Unpacked 2011 event originally intended for this week at the CTIA Enterprise and Applications... conference. The post has been updated accordingly. ]
[ Update 2011-10-11: We’ve heard chatter of a precise expected release date for the famed Nexus Prime. This article, originally publi...
The Samsung handset rumored to transform into the Nexus Prime upon release has received the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) stamp of approval just recently–and FCC documents suggest that... not only is it compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile, and Canadian networks but is also as big as the Samsung Galaxy S II.
The Samsung GT-I9250 appeared in recently published FCC reports, wh...