CTIA shows off what's new in smartphones, accessories, and all things mobile.
Rather than look for an electrical outlet in the airport, you can pull out a liquid methanol cartridge to charge your ultra-mobile PC, if this partnership pans out.
Republic Wireless's $19 wireless service is a steal. But is it too good to be true? In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon highlights why you get what you pay for with this service.
An embarrassment of mobile phone riches makes this a terrific -- and confusing -- time to buy. We'll help you figure out where to start depending on what you want.
Verizon Wireless subscribers are hopping mad about losing their unlimited data plans. But what are their options, and is there any way to keep those unlimited plans? Ask Maggie offers some advice.
Yet another fall edition of CTIA is over, and Android rules the roost once again. We saw AT&T let loose a few phones with the green robot OS, took a closer hands-on look at the latest shiny phones, and even played with a tablet or two.
This week's tech advice column helps readers with questions about whether 3G phones of today will work on 4G networks of tomorrow, among other burning topics.
Chipmaker's message this summer? Thin is getting thinner. Ultra-thin is a big move for Intel. This will be Intel's primary mobile market focus in the next few months.
Anand Chandrasekher hits the high points of Intel's strategy for mobile Internet devices.
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind rounds up the ultra mobile PC (UMPC) category.\r\nThe miniature PCs are a popular theme at the show because they offer most of the power of a regular notebook or desktop in a very mall device.