CTIA shows off what's new in smartphones, accessories, and all things mobile.
The devices on this page represent the best among their respective categories.
A Texas couple discovers a strange, balding, four-legged thing. They try to eliminate all possibilities. What they are left with is that it's the mythical creature. Unless this is a myth, of course.
In a New Jersey case in which a teen is suing her parents for tuition fees and other bills, the judge fears kids will try to sue their parents to get gadgets.
At the iPhone launch on China Mobile comes the inevitable question about upcoming products. Not now, says the Apple chief, "you will be so much happier when you see it."
Tuesday's "we still have a lot to cover" event should bring revamped iPads, new Mac computers, and a passel of new software unto the world.
Has Apple lost its sense of innovation? Or have we lost our insatiable desire for newness? Especially since, for newer generations, phones are quite ordinary.
Sen. Al Franken, publicly opposing Comcast's proposed $45.2 billion merger with Time Warner Cable, says the cable giant can't claim it competes with TWC to secure one deal and then say it doesn't compete with TWC to win another.
The 2014 Mazda6 i Grand Touring outshines much of the competition in the battle for your midsize sedan dollars, hitting most of the right marks, but some of its luster is dulled by the more powerful and efficient turbo-diesel and i-ELOOP models just around the corner.
Images purportedly showing the metal frame of an upcoming Samsung smart phone have surfaced online, but there's plenty of reasons to be sceptical.
Samsung is rumored to create a version of the Gear with its own cellular connection.
BlackBerry Messenger's scattered design and basic features keep it behind the competition.
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