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After failing to pass a bill mandating kill-switch technology for every smartphone sold in California, the state's Senate OK'd the proposal Thursday.
With the conclusion of the latest Apple v. Samsung case, Kurt Eichenwald dissects the conflict between the two megalithic technology companies and the run-up to litigation.
Get your mobile device to a DryBox Drying Station within 36 hours of its unexpected dunk in the drink, and you stand a 75 to 80 percent chance of reviving your phone. And now the company is looking to expand into self-service units.
If your phone takes an unexpected dunk, Drybox can bring it back to life. We'll show you how this device -- available at a handful of locations around the U.S. -- can dry out a damp mobile device.
Each side could get addiitonal time for testimony as a result of a federal appeals court ruling Friday
Google took over the defense of some of Samsung's case and agreed to cover some costs.
Microsoft added support for Apple's Passbook. Dan Moren, Susie Ochs, Jason Snell, and Dan Frakes speculate about what other Apple tech they'd like to see on other platforms, and vice versa.
IDG's annual Global Mobile Survey helps us learn more about how you use your smartphone or tablet. Fill out the survey and you could win one of three Retina iPad minis!
Apple experts told a jury that Samsung's infringement was large and significantly hurt Apple.
A former Genius Bar technician has dedicated his time to finding out what causes battery drain on iOS devices. The result: This comprehensive post on how to troubleshoot battery issues on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.
At Microsoft's Build conference in San Francisco this week the company debuted Cortana, a voice assistant for Windows Phone similar to Google Now and Apple's Siri.
The former Apple CEO planned to speak of a holy war during a 2010 management retreat, according to court exhibits
Apple expects more than $2 billion from Samsung for repeated infringement of Apple. The trial got underway this week, with Martyn Williams of IDG News Service in the courtroom for opening arguments.
The Apple marketing chief is first to give testimony as the company clashes with Samsung
Apple gear was well-represented among the pool of prospective jurors
Samsung argued that an instructional video for jurors suggested that Apple's products were patentable and innovative.