New AT&T ForHealth division will tap into wireless and cloud-based services to help people electronically monitor their own health and let doctors more securely store medical records online.
Facebook launches single sign-on for mobile, Microsoft expects to sell 5 million Kinect units before the year is out, and MySpace gets a firm warning from the big chief, Rupert Murdoch.
Just a couple of days after kicking off preorders for the 920, the retailer no longer lists the device on its Windows Phone 8 page.
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At the University of California, San Francisco, another example of how machines are superior. But they still can't come up with a good home remedy for hiccups.
New and Noteworthy: Prediction: Apple will change dynamics of PC market; New iBooks, Mac minis coming soon?; more
Details about release dates and pricing for the RIM BlackBerry Bold start to surface on the Web.
AT&T has been claiming that it is the nation's leader when it comes to wireless data, but a report from ABI Research contradicts that assertion. Who's right?
Buy a SIM card from AT&T and use your own cell phone.
Company has finally set a date to start offering MediaFlo's live mobile TV service. But the big question is whether anyone will actually tune in.