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Comcast could be patching together a network of LTE and Wi-Fi coverage.
Get a peek inside Apple's latest devices, which are held together with tons of glue.
Apple completes Retina iMac lineup, updates input devices.
When worn on your finger the ring connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth and offers gesture controls of apps.
Netflix said Tuesday that it has struck a deal with Virgin to allow passengers to stream Netflix content on connected tablets and other devices.
The iPad mini 4 has the same resolution display as its predecessor, but its quality is actually much higher.
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What about the iPhone 6c? Or a new MacBook Air? What's going on with Apple?
Would you ever think that a connected cooker would be pinging your phone? With Philips, that future is now.
What's makes a whiteboard smart, you may wonder? That would be two pens, a 4K screen, and the ability for anyone in or outside the room to collaborate.
Omnidirectional cameras such as Ricoh's Theta are inspiring a variety of new apps that go beyond photo-stitching functions of the past.
Companies can order Macs and have them delivered directly to employees without the need for additional setup, imaging or configuration
A new $15 fee will apply to AT&T's contract-free plans on August 1, and on-contract activations are getting pricier as well.
$80 per month for a high-end smartphone and unlimited data? Sounds good, until you get to the fine print.
BitTorrent has a new app that makes it easier to share photos and videos with friends on different mobile platforms.
The company's first ever Chief Design Officer will play a bigger role than ever.
BitTorrent is beefing up Sync organization with a new search function, more columns, and the ability to hide offline devices.
Security, manageability, and lower TCO are why Macs should comprise 10 to 25 percent of a company's work PCs.