Google wants to be your next wireless carrier and could start offering talk and data plans as early as this year.
The iPhone is no longer really a phone.
Amazon doesn't care if you can make a call on its phone. Yes, if the rumors are true, the company has built a phone, which we all expect Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos to unveil on Wednesday. But Amazon doesn't care about helping you keep in touch with friends; it cares about putting its industry-leading online retail store and services in your pocket and your hands almost 24/7.
BlackBerry will not renew T-Mobile US's license to sell BlackBerry phones when it expires on Apr. 25, the company announced in a press release.
Apple’s ‘low cost’ iPhone 5c may finally see a price reduction that may put it at ‘affordable’ even if not quite ‘low cost’ per se. But it won’t be without its trade-offs.
Here's something that's rare lately: Apple is getting an upgrade. Andy Hargreaves at Pacific Crest upgraded Apple to "outperform" from "sector perform" and gave it a $635 price target.
The tablet and the phone are fast becoming the same device, and I for one can’t wait.
Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co will unveil a new version of its flagship Galaxy S smartphone this month, but expectations are low that features such as a bigger screen will lead to a sharp jump in sales given intensifying competition.
Apple’s work on an upcoming smartwatch includes explorations of induction charging and solar-powered batteries, according to a new report from the New York Times. As part of a larger piece about battery tech in general, the NYT revealed that Apple has been working on tests involving wireless induction charging for the smartwatch, and methods for incorporating solar panels into the display to draw power from the sun, and potentially ambient light.
CNET talks to Synaptics, a provider of fingerprint recognition technology, to see how the industry will counter Apple.