The French company doesn't want to pay more on its own, but is rounding up allies to help persuade Deutsche Telekom to sell its controlling interest in the US carrier.
Don't like LG's placement of its smartphone control buttons on the back of the G3 as it's done with some earlier phones? Better get used to it, because they aren't going anywhere.
The social network's blossoming smartphone business brought in 59 percent of advertising revenue during the first three months of 2014.
In what many will surely take as a "no way!" story, a lucky guy strolls into a Goodwill and finds a brand-new, in the box, fully functioning iPad 2 with a price tag of merely $65.
Tim Cook can't do much more than spin, but vague promises about cool products sometime in the future won't change the new reality on the ground.
Making good on its dividend program plans, the tech giant chips away at a $45 billion pile of cash and hands out some legal tender to its shareholders.
Apple's just now entering its second year without co-founder Steve Jobs. CNET rounds down five hits and five misses during 2012.
The hedge fund reportedly had $117.2 billion in assets under management, besting Bridgewater, which had $100 billion.
Apple missed Wall Street's expectations for its third-quarter earnings, but the company beat its own estimates, and set a record for iPad sales.
Macs gave Intel's high-speed communications port a key foothold, and an Acer announcement today will help it tackle the Windows market. But pushing Thunderbolt beyond premium products is a challenge.