The beleaguered CEO of the struggling Internet pioneer delivers a "bold" strategic plan. She is cutting jobs, selling patents and real estate, and inviting would-be acquirers to speak up.
The carrier cuts the rate on its four-person unlimited data plan. Virgin Mobile, meanwhile, introduces a new set of lower-priced plans for bargain hunters.
Commentary: After three months with BlackBerry's first Android phone, this CNET editor reflects on what went well -- and what didn't.
Four months after its launch, the latest version of Google's mobile software is only on 1.2 percent of Android devices. That's actually a big jump from last month.
To keep pace with the increasingly competitive prepaid space, Verizon doles out more data per buck.
Alphabet, Google's new parent company known for ambitious projects, reveals just how much innovation costs. All that spending has helped it become the most valuable in the world, topping Apple.
Sprint's prepaid brand rejiggers its unlimited rate plans.
The telecom giant has revived its unlimited wireless-data plan to help sell its DirecTV service. How does the offer work? Is it actually a good deal? CNET has answers.
The big game and all its festivities get sweeping protection, from bomb-destroying robots to software that crunches social media looking for threats.
The cars' respective plants will be retooled as the company projects a permanent growth in demand for higher-profit-margin trucks and crossovers.