Sharp's first US phone is the Sprint-exclusive, mid-range Aquos Crystal, and it looks quite nice for a budget handset.
Telecommunications company Sprint is shoring up its acquisitions ahead of challenging AT&T in 2014.
Week in TechMicrosoft tries to shift Windows RT while Sony tries to shift the PS Vita. Plus: Samsung looks forward to S4 season.
UpdatedVirgin Mobile is limiting its customers mobile broadband speeds to make sure there's enough 3G to go around.
A prepaid iPhone may be bound for Virgin Mobile and the iPad is throwing cold water on Amazon's Kindle Fire.
Virgin Media has finally outlined the first wave of its Spotify-flavoured offers, including six- and three-month premium subscriptions with its broadband and Virgin Mobile deals respectively.
Virgin Mobile has announced to its customers that an Android 2.2 update to the HTC Desire is now available.
Energy drink maker and F1 car sponsor Red Bull is looking to get into the mobile phone business, according to reports.
Virgin Media has launched its own version of an unlimited mobile phone tariff, offering oodles of minutes and texts for a flat rate of £65 per month.