Road Trip 2010: The first thousand miles has come and gone, and in spite of careful planning, heavy traffic has been a big part of the journey. But also, of course, some terrific destinations.
The Korean handset maker earned $5.1 billion of the $5.3 billion in global profits last quarter, says research firm Strategy Analytics.
The flexible OLED display market will generate $21.9 million in 2013, and will see strong growth in the next year, according to research firm IHS.
Vodafone's sequel to the Smart 2 costs less than 100 quid and has Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on board.
Game won't run? New app dumping you back to the Home screen after you sign in? Before you write a bad review, try this quick fix. It almost always works.
On today's show: How to sneak personal technology into your workplace. Or, put more respectably, the "Consumerization of Inormation Technology." Our guests: Fritz Nelson, Editor-at-large for Byte, and Tom Gillis, VP at Cisco.
The senior vice president of iOS software nets $38.7 million in the sale, leaving him with only 2,988 shares of Apple stock on hand -- for now.
That's the claim from DigiTimes, citing sources. The publication says Apple will ship about 6 million iPhone 5 units in the third quarter and over 20 million in the fourth quarter.
The two companies dominated the global mobile market in the fourth quarter. But those profits? They're mostly Apple's.
As one of Microsoft's most popular operating systems hits its 15th birthday, CNET takes a look back.