Christmas Day 2012 smashed previous records for mobile device activations and app downloads, according to mobile app analytics firm Flurry.
Good news for frequent flyers: in-flight wireless is on its way to becoming ubiquitous.
Allens Linklaters, a major international law firm, gives its employees, IT staff and clients, secure mobile access to large documents via Android devices and iPad.
As long as the Samsung smartphone is not offered for sale in the U.S., it remains exempt from Apple's patent lawsuit against the world's largest mobile phone maker.
The $55.5-million acquisition boosts Synchronoss' portfolio of mobile content and cloud services.
Together, the two companies create one of the largest mobile resource management companies in the industry.
AT&T says that repositioning the WCS band for LTE deployment will spur aggressive investment and create good paying jobs across the wireless and technology eco-systems.
The top headlines from 2012 reflect how quickly mobility changes, and the stories from then to now show how much this pace of change is increasing. You can see how far things have come, and only imagine what this list will look like in 2013.
Samsung is expected to account for 29% of worldwide cellphone shipments, up from 24% in 2011, according to the IHS iSuppli Mobile and Wireless Communications Service at information and analytics provider IHS.
FCC and its public and private sector partners released a new online tool, the "Smartphone Security Checker," to help consumers protect their mobile devices this holiday season.