Editorials and opinions written by the staff of PhoneNews.com.
By Christopher Price on June 12, 2012
iOS 6 won’t be offered on devices that it easily could run on. Both the original iPad and iPod touch third-generation are faster than devices that will receive iOS 6. We only have Android to thank for it.
By Christopher Price on June 7, 2012
You know our stance on iOS, you know we spoke out about sideloading first. Now we feel it’s important to tell you why we’re sending an app to Apple (again).
Toshiba Backing Away from ICS for Thrive? Excite Tablets Leave Open Question (Update: Toshiba Re-commits)
By Christopher Price on May 8, 2012
By Christopher Price on May 4, 2012
By Christopher Price on April 20, 2012
Motorola claims Webtop isn’t dead, but version 3.0 is really the death of everything that Webtop stood for. It also should send a warning to Microsoft.
Page Plus Cellular Ups $40 Plan to 100 MB of Data, Verizon Network Still Key in Competitve Advantage
By Christopher Price on March 28, 2012
One of the only third-party services that uses Verizon’s network… and devices… added a bit more data today.
By Christopher Price on March 21, 2012
Those fears of AT&T charging third-party web services for customer bandwidth, are rocketing towards reality.
By Christopher Price on March 19, 2012
Verizon Wireless answers exclusively to PhoneNews.com about one of the most burning questions for grandfathered 4G LTE customers.
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By Christopher Price on March 12, 2012
We take a look at why the carriers have seen (the new, HTML5) Tether.com coming from a mile away, and what they’ve done to accept that there’s nothing they can do about it.