Telcos Waive Charges To Allow Free Calls To Ukraine

More than a dozen telecoms operators on both sides of the Atlantic are either giving free international calls to Ukraine.

Mobile Device Usage Hit Record Highs In 2021

In the top ten mobile markets including the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Japan, users spent an average of 4.8 hours a day on their phones.

Verizon’s 5G Upgrade Adds New Hotspot Data Limits On Older Plans

Verizon's users who have subscribed to unlimited 5G hotspot data on the millimeter-wave network will see a monthly limit on hotspot use.

Major U.S. Phone Firms Agree To 5G Rollout Delay

Two of the leading U.S. phone companies, AT&T and Verizon, have agreed to delay the roll-out of 5G services.

BlackBerry Fails To Dismiss BlackBerry 10 Lawsuit

U.S. Judge rejected BlackBerry Ltd's bid to dismiss a long-running lawsuit.

Apple Hits $3 Trillion Market Value Before Slipping

Apple surpasses the $3 trillion stock market value before closing off the day lower than that.

An Overview of Next Year’s Newest Smartphones

Smartphone enthusiasts can look forward to plenty in 2022 - including new, inexpensive phones from Samsung and Apple, which may be available as early as the first half of next year.

More than 300,000 Android Users Downloaded Banking Trojans

According to ThreatFabirc researchers, over 300,000 Android users have downloaded multiple banking Trojans.