With its low-end specs and mediocre camera, the Envoy II isn't worth buying -- especially since the Samsung Chrono 2 comes in at a cheaper contract price.
Back in the days before the iPod transformed the way people listened to music on the go, boom boxes were everywhere.
Legislators rejected a bill requiring device makers like Apple to include antitheft software on smartphones sold in the state. Their reason: It would be bad for business.
Only current customers enrolled in a discount plan will get to keep their lower rates -- new customers are still stuck with no discounts.
Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo wants organizers of South by Southwest Interactive to back out of their scheduled video conference interview of Edward Snowden.
On the heels of proposed California legislation, federal lawmakers also get on board with a bill requiring security features on all cell phones.
Nokia goes the James Bond route with its upcoming phone code names, and Apple might be putting all its eggs into the touch basket for its reported iTV.
The New York Attorney General and San Francisco District Attorney applaud the move, but say it falls short of their goal of having antitheft measures enabled by default on all devices.
Sen. Mark Leno wants to make the security feature -- aimed at bricking stolen smartphones -- the law.
The company will no longer support online play, matchmaking, and leaderboards for many Wii, Nintendo DS, and Nintendo DSi games.