SKorea unveils new guidelines on mobile fees
South Korea's telecoms watchdog on Sunday unveiled new guidelines on mobile phone fees following mounting complaints over high charges.
After outcry, T-Mobile drops paper billing fee
(AP) -- T-Mobile USA has dropped a plan to begin charging customers $1.50 per month to get a paper copy of their bill in the mail.
Sprint to release HTC Hero Android phone in October (Update)
US wireless carrier Sprint Nextel and Taiwan's HTC Corp. announced plans Thursday to release a touch-screen mobile phone in October powered by Google's Android software.
Review: Camera phones that let you snap and gab
(AP) -- Pretty much any cell phone you'd buy today comes with a digital camera, but only a few are good enough to take the place of even a cheap point-and-shoot.
T-Mobile adds 325,000 net subs, mostly prepaid
(AP) -- T-Mobile USA, the fourth-largest wireless carrier in the country, says it added a net 325,000 subscribers in the second quarter, with most of them choosing to prepay rather than sign two-year contracts.
Mobile giving is catching on
For most nonprofits, raising money means asking donors to write a check. But like music, maps and movies, charitable giving is also going mobile.
SKorea's SK Telecom profit rises 4.6 percent
South Korea's top mobile carrier SK Telecom said Tuesday net profit rose 4.6 percent year-on-year for the second quarter due to an increase in wireless Internet revenue and new subscribers.
Palm Pre to go on sale June 6
Palm Inc., a pioneer in handheld devices but suffering hard times lately, announced Tuesday that its much-anticipated new smartphone, the Palm Pre, would go on sale in the United States on June 6.
Cut-rate prepaid plans shake up wireless industry
(AP) -- As wireless carriers start reporting first-quarter results this week, investors will be looking at the effects of some spectacular price cuts for prepaid cell phone service.
T-Mobile plans Android-based home devices: Times
US wireless carrier T-Mobile plans to make a push into the home with communications devices that will run on Google's Android open-source software, The New York Times reported on Monday.
China Mobile reports 2008 net profit up 30 percent
China Mobile, the world's largest mobile phone network operator, said Thursday its profits jumped by 30 percent last year, but warned China's telecoms market faced a tough 2009.