The frigid weather isn't just miserable for people, animals, cars and heating bills. Mobile devices can take a beating when the temperatures plummet.
LG to power more than 70 percent of its smart TVs with mobile software from Palm
LG Electronics, 3 wireless carriers to introduce curved-screen 'G Flex' phone to US consumers
Wearable gadgets expected to dominate at CES, but still await mass appeal
Global technology spending seen down 1 percent in 2014 on lower prices of tablets, smartphones
Chances are, you wouldn't want the bottom of someone's shoe anywhere near your face. But your phone might be even dirtier.
BlackBerry alleges company started by Ryan Seacrest ripped off designs for iPhone keyboard
Texting, dialing cellphone while driving raises crash risk especially for teens, study finds
Legal experts hope to use technology to make some legal assistance available and affordable to all Americans, by facilitating the creation of court-approved documents for basic services.
If you like using social apps on your smartphone, some new trends may define the way you communicate in 2014.
The constant use of mobile devices raises the risk of an eye syndrome, according to doctors of opthalmology. One of the problems: mobile users don't blink enough.
Apple: We played no role in the NSA's alleged iPhone hack
Federal judge denies bail for Houston-area man charged with hate crime in 'knockout game' case
BlackBerry co-founder sells 3.5 million shares, trims stake to just below 5 pct
Tablets increasingly popular with small children, but some worry about the long-term effects
Apple's deal to sell iPhone through China Mobile likely to boost profits, but not market share
This week's top 10 paid and free apps for iPhone and iPad on the App Store
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