BlackBerry revenue falls below a $1 billion as company sells few new BlackBerrys
Wearable technology will play a major role in future healthcare, with easy-to-use technologies accomplishing tasks and allowing the sharing of data, according to medical experts.
Smartphone giants Apple, Samsung head for court again amid patent infringement claims
Sober smartphone app helps recovering alcoholics stay sober; its GPS keeps them away from bars
Global launch of Samsung's new smartphone upstaged by South Korea mobile carriers
Intelligence disclosures show vulnerabilities in US privacy rights
Nationals Park is upping its tech game for baseball fans this season with new mobile apps, redesigned Web portals and cashless transactions for season-ticket holders.
Apple has sent an email to some iTunes users, offering a chance for a refund on App Store purchases made by children without the permission of a parent.
Review: Windows Phone innovations show promise, benefit of learning from iOS, Android
There is an alphabet soup of wireless routers out there. Ken Colburn of the Data Doctors spells out whether a more expensive one equals more speed.
Review: Updated HTC One phone sports improvements in camera software, easier to use
Most bank customers don't want their financial institution tweeting at them or asking for "Likes," and they prefer to air their grievances face to face.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer once pretended to stomp on an iPhone, and vowed his children would never use Apple products. This week, Microsoft is expected to announce Office will be available on iPad.
The popularity of social networks -- where people share much of their lives online with friends and acquaintances -- has spawned the growth of alternative "anti-social networks."
Struggling smartphone company BlackBerry selling most real estate holdings in Canada
Despite rumors to the contrary, Obama not giving up his BlackBerry device just yet
Alibaba leads $280 million investment in Tango as interest in mobile messaging heats up
Google enhances encryption technology for email service, making it harder for NSA to intercept
One of the first casualties of natural and man-made disasters is often the ability to communicate. Local first responders, governments, businesses and utilities are preparing for "the next time."
Review: New Samsung tablet offers laptop-like keyboard, large screen _ for a hefty price
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