Burger King offers a free Android smartphone with your chicken fries, but the fine print shows it's business as usual. Crave's Amanda Kooser digs in.
A look at the year's upcoming trends for Las Vegas' Consumer Electronics Show and into 2014.
Apple reports its fourth-quarter earnings Monday, the first to include the iPhone 5S and 5C -- but only a few days of sales. Here's what Wall Street expects.
The great counter-factual scenario: What if proponents of an Internet-centric strategy had won the day and what if the courts had not overturned a judge's order to break up Microsoft?
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Nokia's Lumia 1020 has an attention-grabbing camera, but can the rest of the device match up to the top smartphones?
This is what a lot of Nokia fans have been clamoring for, but is a legitimate zoom lens enough to jump-start sales?
Nokia's 41-megapixel sensor is back, and with its new features, this may be the best camera to end up in a smartphone -- again.
In a feat of engineering that has to be seen to be fully admired, Burger King in Puerto Rico gives away 50 holders, so that you can eat while you drive, play the guitar, or perform vital surgery.
The scrapbooking site closes a whopper of a funding round and says it will focus on the product and make acquisitions.