This CNET special report examines the tech controversy gripping San Francisco.
Having sold off its handset business to Microsoft, Nokia gets into the tablet game with the new N1.
Brazilian teen Marcel Fernandes Filho uses a Fleksy keyboard and a very large phone to break his own texting record.
The company's head of investor relations says the move is designed to make Samsung's smartphone business more efficient.
Having the subscription music service preloaded onto devices, as the Financial Times says is planned, gives Apple a leg up over competitors such as Spotify.
Google's 10-year run as Firefox's default search engine in the US is over. Yahoo wants more search traffic, and a deal with Mozilla will bring it.
Carrying keys is, apparently, all too much for one Swedish woman. She claims this isn't the future, but the present. And she's not the only one to let tech get under her skin.
The men behind the jaw-dropping effects of "Gravity" and "Minority Report" reveal how movies both predict and influence today's tech.
Facebook at Work would keep your drunken updates and embarrassing selfies away from your colleagues and professional contacts.
Google's search tool has two new tricks up its sleeve.
The agency is expected to announce on Monday a plan to boost spending on broadband funding for schools and libraries by 62 percent.