Is this where Apple got its 'Multi-Touch' UI idea?
Former Qwest CEO set to stand trial starting March 19
Muni network controversy pales next to the mayor's private scandals
Billionaire might force a Moto showdown
One can't help but chortle
Innovative startup PhotoVu faces big competitor
With iPhone, Apple ignores the 'finger-grease factor'
While Jobs wows 'em at Macworld, feds continue backdating probe
And customers lose in battle over network-over-satellite rights
New WiFi Net radio is cool, unless you're an iTunes user
Is a new energy policy. Plus a few other items
An iPhone is an iPhone is an iPhone...
It's a glamorous job
As if they hadn't had enough litigation already...
Web-based WCSN offers niche-sports narrowcasting
Watching the dead-tree guys flail around in the digital news era
Somehow, someway, the telcos will figure out the triple play... won't they?
New 'iPod killer' has a long way to go to capture the digital music-player crown
Long lines at Denver traced to network logjam
...and other possible scenarios in the wacky world of wireless messaging
XM posts smaller loss, looks for path to profitability
'Frank yet cordial' discussions at Mobile Business Expo mask deep divides
Not your average security dweebs
The age-old user-vendor disconnect persists
Do telcos make strategic decisions out of fear?
Airport personal RFID – an idea whose time will never come
GrameenPhone brings the mobile Web to rural Bangladesh
Cool colors, but where's the WiFi?
I'm OK, you're dysfunctional
Yes, Mr. Speaker, there is a 'Save' function
Bloggers rejoice! Now you can get paid for shilling
The uncertain science of stock-charting
Dumbass sports fans everywhere mourn MVNO's demise
Hint: He's not the CEO of HP
Why should I, when someone else can do it for me?
Hybrid mechanism combines power of capacitor with storage life of a conventional battery
CTIA kicks off with an unfortunate video and a guest appearance from the Governator
Bluetooth device reads you your emails while you're on the freeway
Andrew Tanenbaum raises security alarms
Anti-WiFi university now on anti-Ivy kick
CrackBerry addicts unite: It's time to get litigious
In NTP v RIM, a trail of chicanery, betrayal, and bitterness
Winners, losers in the first week of FCC spectrum bidding
Charting the spread of 'Wiffiti'
Sony resurrects, inadvertently, a true literary icon
Scottish startup launches scary monitoring system
Celebrity-scandal ringtones, anyone?
Why carriers can't, or won't, improve coverage
New technology tells consumers when their melons are ripe
The iPod/phone rumor mill cranks up once again
Mood-sensing Bluetooth wrist device tells you if Granny is mopey... maybe
Microsoft enters the hip music-player space
Wall Street starts to get what IT pros are seeing about the new Treos
Will 'Foneros' become hotspot Robin Hoods?
Half a bill, or 100 mill? You decide
Activists question 'backroom' deals for citywide mesh networks
New book by Wired editor touted as 'the next Tipping Point'
The circus was slower at Globalcomm than in years past
Fearing corporate espionage, Samsung warns employees away from its own device
Why can't luxury hotels provide free wireless service to their guests?
Eyes rolled among IT managers at the VOIP provider's poor IPO showing
Been to a conference with a decent wireless network lately?
What's with the .mobi Web suffix?
'Norms-based' IP protection -- it works for chefs, will it work for mobile email?
George Gilder and Silicon Graphics find reason to rue their glory days
Feds plan more telecom infrastructure in the National Parks
Visto wants to serve customers and sue competitors. Time to choose
Your personal music virtual DJ, just a click away.
Here's some advice for sat radio: give me my own channel!
Startup aims to give mobile communications control back to IT
In tightening spectrum-auction rules, the FCC is not necessarily serving customers.
The Interplanetary Internet has been canceled.
And goodbye to body-painting, Busta Rhymes, and abysmal transportation.
What's a guy gotta do to get a wireless connection in this joint?
Showtime's terrific series turns on wireless tech.
Public benefit or 'mobile marketing ecosystem'?
Spectrum-hogging networks to go dark as Cingular gets off the TDMA dime.
Let's protect IP rights, not patent-holders' penchant for litigation.
Fastow, Quattrone: How can we miss you when you won't go away?
With Virtual Earth, MS is at it again.
Dig trenches or mount APs? You decide.
Another academic who doesn't know beans about the real world.
OK, so they play soccer and we play football...
Senate hearings for new FCC commish: hoax, ruse, or charade?
Lollygagging just became a lot harder.
Cingular's new video service looks like small beer
The more telecom changes, the more it stays the same.
NTP lawyer sees RIM case as heroic struggle... I think.
Wireless eating students' brains!
Economic chaos narrowly averted
WiFi proliferation fuels a new breed of virtual startups.
Enterprise users wrestle with open-source mobile email.
Yesterday's dirt clouds give way to APs among the ivy.
Experts questioning lofty valuation.
White House tax plan will never fly.
When the feds say 'Trust us,' it's time to check your wallet – and your phone.
Here's a thought: Let's wait to see if NTP has valid patents before shutting down RIM.
Wall Street analysts don't spook easily.
Some Internet traffic can be taxed, say government auditors
Don't believe Administration claims about spectrum reallocation.