Word has it that the Chinese smartphone maker is planning to launch a low-cost smartwatch.
Popular items like the iPhone 5 and the Microsoft Surface Pro are on sale at the big box retailer. The store is also offering double trade-in value on most mobile devices from August 9 to August 11.
Apple's top exec has not only joined Twitter, but is already using it, posting about his trip to an Apple store earlier Friday.
There's a movement toward a new type of mobile plan. Bridget Carey chats with senior writer Maggie Reardon about why consumers are getting worked up about the changes.
The iPad 2 debuts in China to what is fast becoming a standard reception: massive lines and quick stock-outs.
The mobile market was full of one major deal after another in 2011. CNET takes a look back.
There were unparalleled levels of raw emotion pouring through Twitter when it was announced that terror leader Osama bin Laden had been killed. There was also noise and confusion like never before.
In a letter to customers who purchased a discounted TouchPad before the $99 fire sale started, Woot offers up refunds and Nerf-herding jokes to make up for the poor timing.
HP has a winner on its hands, now that it's killed off that particular winner. The Internetorati clamor to buy discounted TouchPads, while HP's stock plummets 20 percent to a six-year low. So, Apotheker, who's right? You or the geeks? Also, Facebook finds out once again that censorship is hard, and the real reason aliens want to kill us: we'll ruin the entire galaxy if we get off this rock!
An all-conference scavenger hunt and barter economy of whimsical Android badges, a claw game, a twisty slide, and real ice cream sandwiches made Google a top destination all show long.