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And cheap international calls are coming for people without a contract.
A cell phone from SpareOne is designed to be used for emergencies and runs on a single AA battery.
Qualcomm's new 64-bit, eight-core Snapdragon 615 will be in mobile devices during fourth quarter.
Google has been working over the past year on developing 3D technology for smartphones, but it has the potential to go beyond those devices.
The music concert will take place in Austin at the SXSW conference in March. Plus, why Apple's advertising network has never really taken off, and the company's smartphone gains in China.
The input provider says iPhone-like fingerprint sensors can be built directly behind the glass of Android and Windows phones.
Both Samsung and the IOC say athletes haven't been asked to cover up their iPhones during Olympic ceremonies in Sochi. And if you can't trust those guys...
Woz told Wired that Apple should release an Android phone. Woz, we love you, but that's crazypants.
You may not live in California, but should that state's legislature pass a bill mandating kill-switch technology for smartphones and tablets, the implications will be felt far beyond the borders of the Golden State.
Samsung provides the official smartphone of the Winter Olympics, so athletes are reportedly being told to cover up the Apple logo on their phones during Friday's opening festivities.
Mobile Share Family Value plans now start at $130 per month for two lines and 10GB of data, but you'll have to pay full price for each smartphone upfront or in monthly installments.
On January 24, the Mac's 30th birthday, Apple sent out 15 crews, each equipped with an iPhone, to record how technology in the hands of the people has enabled innovation over the last three decades.
We found lots of things to like, and some things to dislike in popular new in-ear headphones from Beats, Bose, Bowers & Wilkins, Harman/Kardon and Shure.
Apple's first-quarter financial results are due this afternoon, and we've got live coverage of the numbers and the conference call as they happen.
Ahead of Apple's first-quarter 2014 financial results, Dan Moren lays out what to expect from the company's most recent earnings.