In this edition of her advice column, Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains how to figure out if your smartphone will work on another carrier's network.
If you're tempted by Sprint's new "Framily" plan and T-Mobile's promise to pay our early termination fees, check out this Ask Maggie column, where CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains who's likely to save money.
The drama will continue in the mobile market as fortunes of mobile operators and wireless handset makers are won and lost in the upcoming year. Take a look at CNET's top predictions for the 2014.
Amazon becomes the first major partner to agree to use lightweight new technology from Mozilla and OTOY for streaming games, video, and software.
Amazon Web Services explains that the disruption occurred when data was accidentally deleted from the traffic apportion system.
"We're lowering prices for S3 by 24 percent to 27 percent in all regions," says Andy Jassy, senior VP of Amazon Web Services; he also knocks old-guard tech rivals.
"Own the base, rent the spike," becomes mantra for Zynga as it builds own infrastructure to replace its reliance on Amazon.
The FCC's National Broadband Plan was supposed to add spectrum for wireless data growth. But thanks to political infighting, the feds have little to show for the effort two years on.
The mobile market was full of one major deal after another in 2011. CNET takes a look back.
As this historic year wraps up, let's take a look back at what shaped the burgeoning cloud computing market in 2010. Of course, with the holidays upon us, it only seems right to choose the top 12.