Almost 2 billion people around the world use smartphones -- typically worth hundreds of dollars a pop on the black market. A former smartphone thief explains their allure to street criminals.
Spanish carrier Telefonica agrees to license AT&T's Digital Life home automation and security platform.
A deal settles all lawsuits pending outside the US, but US patent lawsuits between the two are unaffected.
The cable network sees more growth abroad for Internet-based service in countries where it doesn't have much of a pay-TV presence, says the Wall Street Journal.
The two are the latest to publicly support Microsoft in its protest of a search warrant for customer emails stored abroad.
Company says demand for emails stored in Ireland violates foreign sovereignty, erodes trust in US firms. US says it's essential for crime fighting.
As the 4-year-old on-demand car service opens for business in its 100th city, its head of global expansion talks to CNET about what it’s been like to go international.
The social network purchases Mesagraph and SecondSync as it looks to standardize a TV rating system and port its TV vision to the rest of the world.
The $15 plan offers unlimited mobile-to-mobile calling to more than 30 countries.
The Chinese smartphone maker is scaling back its launch ambitions to focus "a ton of effort in India and Indonesia," where growth is robust.