Sprint's Cut Your Bill in Half promotion may not result in savings that big, but it is inspiring a price war among phone companies that could help you.
I'm tempted by mobile carriers that will buy out my contract and give me trade-in cash for my phone -- without a new contract.
Sprint's offer provides unlimited talk and text anywhere in the U.S. on its network and matches the monthly data allowance for AT&T and Verizon users.
European regulators are concerned that so-called free apps quickly lead to purchases to enhance the app.
Microsoft will roll out its Lumia 535 smartphone this month, dropping the Nokia name just months after buying the Finnish company's handset business.
The government sues AT&T, alleging the wireless carrier sold consumers unlimited data plans but reduced their Internet speeds if they used too much data.
While still a juggernaut, with expected sales of about 9 million iPhone 6s in this weekend, Apple may be losing some of its shine, according to the poll.
Contrary to popular belief, you will save money in the long run by buying your iPhone instead getting the subsidized version with a two-year contract.
Bigger is better and Apple has finally realized that and given iPhone users a product that may be low on novelty but high on improvements, reviewers say.
Microsoft unveils the first of its new range of Lumia smartphones, priced to challenge a market dominated by volume leader Samsung and Apple.
41 percent of Americans live in households with no landline telephones. They often just use cellphones, but a technology called VoIP is even cheaper.
Verizon Wireless is launching a nationwide loyalty program for its subscribers, but consumers concerned about privacy might want to take a second look.
New offers from AT&T and Verizon allow subscribers with older smartphones to save a fair amount of cash on their monthly bills.
Passengers at some overseas airports that offer U.S.-bound flights will soon be required to power on electronic devices in order to board their flights.
Federal regulators are urging consumers to go through their bills line by line after accusing T-Mobile of wrongly charging customers for premium services.
Amazon unveils a new smartphone called the Fire Phone that's smaller than the leading Google Android phone, but larger than Apple's iPhone.
However disguised, the goal is the same: concealing the tall cellphone towers that most Americans need but few want to see erected in their neighborhoods.
BlackBerry launches a low-cost touchscreen device, the Z3, as the embattled smartphone maker looks to revive sales in emerging markets like Indonesia.
The Supreme Court confronts whether police officers need a warrant before they can search an arrested suspect's cellphone.
Amazon plans to sell a long-rumored proprietary wireless phone by the end of summer, The Wall Street Journal reports. What do we know? What can we expect?
Millions of Americans smartphones are lost or stolen, and many are never recovered. Better safe than sorry: Learn these smartphone security measures.
Nokia has ended its last quarter is a maker of handsets, leaving its troubled phone business in the hands of Microsoft.