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HTC confirms Android Jelly Bean update rollout

HTC has confirmed it plans to upgrade a number of smartphones to run Google's new Android 4.1 mobile operating system update.

AT&T: Carrier IQ information has been 'invaluable'

AT&T Mobility defended its use of Carrier IQ's software in a filing with the FCC, arguing that Carrier IQ's products have been "invaluable to AT&T in improving its network and the services it offers to its customers."

Google rolls out Android Jelly Bean to AT&T, T-Mobile Galaxy Nexus phones

Google is now rolling out its Android 4.1 mobile operating system update to select devices, beginning with Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Nexus smartphone.

Will Nokia's Lumia 900 from AT&T be a hit?

AT&T Mobility said it will launch its largest smartphone marketing effort ever when it debuts the flagship Nokia Lumia 900 April 8 for $99.99 with a two-year contract. The marketing push by

Carrier IQ: We have lost business due to public relations debacle

BARCELONA, Spain--Carrier IQ has lost revenues due to the privacy uproar around the company's software that erupted late last year, a company executive confirmed. However, Carrier IQ has not lost any

Isis CEO: Focus is on Austin, Salt Lake test markets for now

BARCELONA, Spain--Isis CEO Michael Abbott said the mobile commerce network currently has no plans to move beyond its initial test markets of Salt Lake City and Austin, Texas, and is intent on

AT&T to offer two data plans for PlayStation Vita when it launches Feb. 22

LAS VEGAS--AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T), which will exclusively provide the mobile broadband connectivity for Sony's highly anticipated PlayStation Vita portable gaming device, announced Monday that it

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

Will Sony's PlayStation Vita revolutionize gaming by adding 3G?

In February Sony Computer Entertainment plans to launch the PlayStation Vita, the first portable gaming device embedded with 3G cellular connectivity. While handheld gaming devices have long been

Should U.S. wireless carriers give customers free access to specific apps?

Now that unlimited wireless data service appears to be on its way out, will the nation's wireless carriers take the next logical step and begin providing free access to specific apps? Follow me on