The release of Apple’s iOS 8 won’t be a happy occasion for everyone. The new operating system locks older phones out, and could slow down newer ones.
A customized lock screen on your phone may not seem like a big deal, but it could help ensure a lost phone makes it home — or you that you do.
With its new mobile wallet, the tech giant hopes to succeed where others have failed — getting Americans excited about paying with their phones.
If the iPhone 6 does include mobile wallet capabilities, it could be a shot in the arm for a technology that so far has failed to hit the mainstream.
The mobile carrier will pay the largest settlement of its kind in FCC history, following an investigation into how it used customer data.
If you’re on the Do-Not-Call list and are still getting calls from telemarketers, it might be time to fight back.
Mobile banking has long been seen as the future of how we’ll handle day-to-day banking tasks, but that future hasn’t quite arrived yet.
The death of a loved one often means equal parts grief and red tape, and mobile phone providers are just one more bureaucracy when it comes to canceling accounts for the deceased.
Google Glass and other wearables may be the wave of the future, but they also might be a goldmine for thieves looking to grab your logins.
If you’re considering ditching your current wireless carrier, here’s some good news: switching just got a lot easier. Most phones you buy through a major wireless carrier come locked by default, meaning they can only be used on that carrier’s network. Thanks to the Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act, signed into law by President Barack