Everybody do the executive shuffle!
Sit tight, 4G is coming. You'll just have to wait a while.
Bringing us one step closer to owning our very own version of Tony Stark's Jarvis.
T-Mobile and MetroPCS are offering unlimited data plans, but the latter is a limited time-only deal.
Verizon needs all hands on deck at the end of September. What could that possibly be about?
Launching soon is a touchscreen-based notebook packed with Android "Ice Cream Sandwich," and a USB stick-sized mini PC featuring Android ICS as well.
Philips screws, non-glued parts and repairable LCDs oh joy!
As Apple's stock crossed the $660 mark and continued to climb driven by iPhone 5 rumors, the company became the world's most valuable company that is not owned by a government entity.
Leaked specs indicate that the next Nexus phone will be a slight upgrade to the original Galaxy Nexus.
Microsoft has high hopes for the Surface.
New Galaxy Note already available to UK customers via Carphone Warehouse.
Sometimes, a patent does not really require an entirely new idea.
If only it were this easy...
Windows Phone stands to gain from BlackBerry OS's steady decline.
Desperate for a glimpse of Samsung's Galaxy Note 2? The company has released a video offering a peek (just a peek!) at its upcoming tablet/phone.
Lenovo North America boss talks about the competitive pricing of Windows RT devices.
Samsung challenges iOS patents with tech from far back as 2001.
Sources are siting sluggish performance with Windows RT tablets.
Apple's iTV service may involve a web-based DVR for storing and playing live content from cable operators.
The new Mobility Global Business Unit will be run by former Nokia exec Alberto Torres, and focus on consumer tablets and other categories.
GameStop isn't supporting consoles with its game streaming service slated to launch next year.
Looks like the Galaxy S III is getting a shiny new coat of paint and a storage upgrade to boot.
Kickstarter project hopes to create portable, efficient solar generator.
New iPods are coming, will it also have a new nano?
Is this Ice Cream Sandwich-flavored slate just another "me-too" device with a stylus? We take a closer look at the newest and biggest Note in the family.