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Rumor Mill: HTC developing streaming music service

HTC reportedly is building a music streaming service designed to differentiate its Android smartphones and tablets from rival devices, while at the same time threatening the dominance of digital

Google closer to clinching Motorola Mobility deal

Motorola Mobility (NYSE: MMI) is a step closer to becoming a division of Google (NASDAQ: GOOG), and industry observers and regulators alike are a bit wary. While U.S. and European authorities have

Report: Sony grants PlayStation Suite certification to HTC smartphones

Sony Corporation is awarding PlayStation Suite certification to HTC, enabling gamers to play classic PlayStation titles like Crash Bandicoot and Gran Turismo across the manufacturer's Android

Sprint, HTC update phones to eliminate Carrier IQ software

Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) is making good on promises to remove Carrier IQ software from devices across its network, teaming with manufacturing partner HTC to develop a firmware update that targets the

Rumor: RIM may consider selling to Samsung

Research In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM) is said to be looking at a variety of options to improve its prospects this year, including licensing its software to other companies and selling off a division,

Smartphones and tablets galore at CES

Mobile phone makers and wireless carriers showed off a dizzying array of new devices and services in the opening days of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. Our newsletter covers a

Windows Phone devices roll out on AT&T 4G LTE network

The Windows Phone operating system grabbed its share of CES headlines this week as AT&T (NYSE: T) announced it will make the first two 4G LTE Windows Phone devices available this year. The

Sprint disables Carrier IQ across all phones

Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) has disabled Carrier IQ's controversial mobile analytics measurement tool across all devices on its network. "We have weighed customer concerns, and we have disabled use of the

Carrier IQ denies reports of FTC probe

Carrier IQ, the firm behind controversial software measuring mobile analytics data, is denying reports that it is the target of a Federal Trade Commission investigation. According to allegations by

Lawmaker calls for FTC probe into Carrier IQ data tracking

The Carrier IQ mobile data tracking controversy continues to escalate: In addition to four lawsuits alleging the company's software violates federal and state user privacy laws, Rep. Edward Markey