BlackBerry CEO John Chen says his recent comments were taken out of context.
It seemed the new iPad app for making slick narrated videos couldn't be used for "business purposes." Adobe says go ahead.
Chairman Tom Wheeler says there has been misinformation about the FCC's proposed plan and insists his intent is to continue protecting the consumer.
New paragraph in the Web giant's terms of service is intended to more clearly explain the manner in which software automatically scans and analyzes the content of emails.
The Xbox One will have limited voice control when it launches in Australia, but it's not clear how limited.
Facebook has proposed changes to its Data Use Policy and Statement of Rights and Responsibilities in response to a US District Court order to clarify how it uses user data for advertising.
Preorders for the smartphone will begin on April 16, although the carrier has yet to provide a release date.
In a blog post, the team says that though some key members have left, the majority of the engineering and leadership team remains and that development will continue.
Sprint has unveiled a version of the HTC One that boasts superior audio quality, and signed a deal with Spotify. CNET breaks it all down.
The struggling wireless carrier tries to appeal to customers by focusing on streaming music.