Apple retail stores offer credit for old iPhones, Facebook adds a music player to the Android app, and AT&T launches a prepaid option with Aio Wireless.
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CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains in this edition of Ask Maggie why those too-good-to-be-true deals on cheap smartphones from China should be avoided.
Only 178,000 of the company's 1 million net new customers signed a contract to get a smartphone, with much of its growth coming from tablets and pre-paid customers.
The Nexus 4 proved that you could offer a great smartphone with a fantastic off-contract price. Will the Nexus 5 continue that welcome trend?
A report from Japanese Web Site MacFan seems the first to suggest a specific date for the launch of the next iPhone.
Vacations can be tricky business when it comes to technology. CNET's Josh Lowensohn shares some of his top picks and tips from a recent trip abroad.
An analyst with BTIG now rates Apple a "buy" based in part on his belief that the company will unveil a less expensive iPhone by year's end.
While touting plans to roll out its own LTE network, T-mobile's CEO John Legere offered a less-than-complimentary assessment of its rival.
After people began sending gadgets in MacGyver-like packaging concoctions, buyback service Gazelle tried to make the perfect box.
PKTMNY lets you automatically top up a prepaid debit card for your kids, setting controls on what they can spend and where.