The goal is to roll out high-speed 5G networks capable of 20 gigabytes per second by 2020. But is that realistic?
The PC isn't dead, but, as computer makers Asus and Acer are discovering, it's increasingly unprofitable.
The carriers will use their sections at Best Buy to better promote their smartphones, tablets and various services.
The company is banking on the fact that you'll eventually want everything in your home to talk to each other. Guess what? Samsung already builds a lot of those things.
The South Korean electronics giant unveils a SleepSense sleep tracker and gives more details about its second-generation SmartThings home automation device.
Connected home devices may be secure enough off the shelf but this doesn't mean this will always be the case, tech firms have warned.
Embracing open, cross-platform tech is how we're preparing for a world where everything is a little smarter.
Wireless technologies have revolutionized how we talk with each other and to our gadgets. And it's just getting started.
Nest has a clear stake in the smart home biz, but its rumored "Nest Cam" and Google's previously announced Internet of Things operating system suggest there's much more to come.
A fifth country will be able to use the French company's technology for linking thermometers, medical sensors and other devices to the Net in 2016. Also: Samsung is interested.