24/7 Wall Street insists that the BlackBerry brand is at death's door. However, it predicted the same thing in 2012.
Alongside Samsung's CES press conference, Amazon teams up with the Korean computer maker plus Warner, Lionsgate, and others for 4K video. It's not alone: M-Go and Comcast partner with Samsung too.
Ignore the boring Blu-ray players and clunky home-theater-in-a-box systems. The cool home theater gear at CES 2014 will be sound bars, over-the-air DVRs and new wireless audio products.
"The truth is digital and people consuming news and information from all of our digital assets, that's the most important thing for us," the CNN president said.
The American Customer Satisfaction Index shows Apple remains on top, but it's declining while Motorola, Nokia, and Samsung are rising.
Ergen says he wants to change the way ads are delivered to consumers, giving viewers a choice of ads so they can be better targeted.
Liberty Global says the deal creates the "world's leading broadband communications company," covering 47 million homes and 25 million customers across 14 countries.
With the quality of Netflix's movie library in shabby shape, on-demand movie rentals could be an important category. So far, the cable and satellite providers are whipping Internet guys, says NPD.
The Dropbox competitor says it can transfer files up to 10 times faster than before, thanks to a home-grown method for easing the strain on overloaded servers.
ViaSat has launched Exede, its new high-speed satellite Internet service, offering what it describes as a "feels-like-fiber" experience. Is it a game changer for rural America and Wi-Fi service on airlines?