CTIA shows off what's new in smartphones, accessories, and all things mobile.
Crafted for women, Samsung's expensive effort to blunt the effect of its latest oversize phablet and smartwatch truly shines. Here's why rivals should pay attention.
One American grocery store has started stocking an unusual item: cell phones from one of China's emerging brands.
This basic Android 4.4 handset ain't pretty, but at less than $100, it should be cheap enough to throw in the basket with your chips and salsa.
What's big, bulky, and it comes with its own SIM card, Micro-SD card, and Google Play store? This watch, and it can be yours for $160 buckaroos.
It's massive, it's thick, and it does almost everything your Android phone does.
CNET has learned that HTC still plans to enter the burgeoning wearables business despite speculation its watch was scratched.
The Audi Q3 will be the automaker's next vehicle to get a wireless connection from the carrier.
The Alcatel OneTouch Hero 2 is a "phablet" for the cost-conscious.
Lumia's "affordable" premium smartphone will go on sale with longtime supporter AT&T. No word on pricing or specific availability.
Twitter's head of global revenue argues that anything that gets people to buy things on their smartphone is good for the social-networking company.
The carrier will begin trials of Digital Life Care this year and launch the service commercially in 2015.
Spanish carrier Telefonica agrees to license AT&T's Digital Life home automation and security platform.