As we near the sale of the iPhone 5, a YouTube video reminds us how clunky, expensive, and goofy-looking mobile phones once were.
The cover of this week's New Yorker sees a president with a very old, large phone. And then there's the floppy disk.
Before Motorola introduced its new Razr phones last week, cell phone pioneer Martin Cooper and an original Motorola Dynatac made a brief appearance.
In the past four decades, the world has gone from monster handsets to pocket-sized portable computers.
British phone manufacturer Binatone has unveiled The Brick, a mobile phone with a distinctly 1980s aesthetic -- and more than three months of standby time.
Many people are upset about HP ditching WebOS, but CNET's Kent German is more distressed that a company like Motorola is bidding farewell to the cell phone.
Google wants to be an extension of your mind. Glass, though accompanied by skepticism and fear, is a gateway for Google to achieve that goal.
After a successful CES, Moto once again shows how innovative it can be. And given the company's pioneering role in building the cell phone, that spirit is welcome.
25 years ago today, the first ever commercial cell phone call was made. Oh, how times have changed.
Now in its fifth generation, the Hertz NeverLost system has evolved to include features such as a touch-screen interface and Internet-connectivity. We were tossed the keys to a Hertz rental vehicle and given the task of seeing if the system meets our expectations for a modern GPS device.