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Samsung has closed the gap with Apple in terms of American consumers' satisfaction level with their smartphones.
Guantanamo Bay Naval Base authorities turn off Wi-Fi and social media after Anonymous threatened to shut them down.
After spending two weeks on a touchscreen laptop, I've revisited my initial assumptions about Windows 8. But don't kid yourself: Joe and Jane user...
Apple devices running iOS 6 join BlackBerrys and Samsung Galaxy devices as approved by DOD for use by military and government workers.
Group of former Nokia employees have developed a new smartphone that will run Android apps.
Network promises speeds of up 70 Mbps and could be in 60% of all businesses and homes by end of 2015.
In two weeks, I learned plenty about the pros and cons of Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch, a high-end Windows 8 ultrabook.
71% of nearly 900 qualified respondents say m-commerce is very or extremely important to their organizations, yet just 26% have comprehensive...
Google will begin selling a stock-Android variant of the Samsung Galaxy S4 in June. It is worth the hefty $649 price tag?
BlackBerry and Google have both expanded their messaging services to competing platforms, but for different reasons.
While mobile network operators are creating a global database to track stolen smartphones, some police say that's not enough. New York's Attorney...
New service integrates Google Wallet with Gmail but isn't widely available yet.
Google announced numerous updates to individual Android apps during the I/O keynote, but a new version of Android was conspicuously missing.
Android and iOS are in no danger of losing their incredible lead over the competition, but Microsoft's smartphone platform has made a significant...
Google strengthens its platform foundations by introducing a streaming music service, plus improvements to Maps, Search and Google+.
Only 10% of Americans would wear Google Glass regularly, according to a recent survey.
People laughed at BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins' prediction that the tablet will soon be obsolete. But BlackBerry may get the last laugh.
VMware's BYOD ambitions kick into gear through its partnership with Verizon. But is the virtualization heavyweight making its mobile management...
Samsung's latest flagship smartphone is off to a roaring start, says the company.
BlackBerry World show sees introduction of Q5 smartphone and cross-platform BlackBerry Messenger.
Apple's waiting list to bypass security controls on latest-generation iPhone and iPad devices means months-long delays for law enforcement...
Nokia's lighter, slimmer Lumia 925 shows that the company has been listening to customer complaints.
HTC First, the first smartphone to come with the Facebook Home interface pre-installed, has not proven to be popular.
Government's plan to boost cell and mobile broadband coverage in "not spots" finally in motion after two-year delay.
High-end camera will play a prominent role in the "Catwalk" smartphone Nokia will reveal Tuesday, according to a new TV commercial.
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