Technically Incorrect: Mobile phone charger company Mophie might just get a few hearts racing during the Super Bowl with its apocalyptic joy.
Technically Incorrect: As technology becomes more fixated on fashion, the maker of the iPhone and the Apple Watch is well placed to take advantage.
Technically Incorrect: For the Super Bowl, T-Mobile teases that it's not just using the humor of Kim Kardashian. There are actual comedians, too.
For the first time ever, shipments of Android smartphones fell in the holiday quarter.
There's no better way to make a good impression than with a memorable Super Bowl ad, and the two carriers figure to make headway against bigger spenders Verizon Wireless and AT&T.
Take a closer look at Boost Mobile's ZTE Speed -- a 4.5-inch handset with a bargain $100 price tag.
Despite its name, the $100 prepaid ZTE Speed for Boost Mobile is anything but fast.
HTC says several issues with the latest version of Android, dubbed Lollipop, will cause the company to miss its goal of an update within 90 days, the deadline for which falls on Sunday.
AT&T and Verizon are big winners in the record-breaking wireless auction, but it's Dish Network that walks away with an unexpectedly large swath of spectrum. What will it do with it?
The leading maker of mobile chips works to quell concerns about its business prospects and new high-end chip after it disclosed this week that a large customer dropped the chip from a major phone.
We weren't such big fans of Beats' original Pill, but the company's jumbo-size model is well-designed and performs much better.
Featuring a 5-megapixel camera, a quad-core CPU, and a 4.5-inch display, the ZTE Speed is one of Boost's prepaid bargain Androids.
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