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This nifty system connects your Android phone to your computer's desktop so you can answer phone calls and reply to text messages remotely.
The executive applauds Sprint's comeback efforts, but says its customers are mostly coming from AT&T and Verizon Wireless.
CEO John Chen says the company is committed to earning back your business with its next phone -- the BlackBerry Classic.
Oculus's Brendan Iribe says the virtual reality headset maker wants to sit down with any hardware maker willing to talk partnerships.
The major U.S. providers say reclassifying broadband as a utility would cost billions and result in slow speeds and fewer choices for consumers.
The London-based streaming-music service isn't happy about being booted from iAd but says that it's "flattering" to be seen as such a threat to Apple's iTunes Radio.
With so much going on, you might have missed it this week. But President Obama revealed details of this secret project and promised to "blast off" himself.
In observance of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, Larry Magid chats with National Cyber Security Alliance Executive Director Michael Kaiser and introduces "A Parents' Guide to Cyber Security."
Slubice, Poland, now hosts a monument honoring contributors to the free online encyclopedia. If you can't go see it for yourself, you can read all about it on Wikipedia.
The tech giants finally relinquish their hold on the highly-coveted technology rights, possibly marking the end of a patent fight between Android phone manufacturers and competitors.