CTIA shows off what's new in smartphones, accessories, and all things mobile.
A prototype wheelchair with a cellular radio illustrates the benefits of connected devices.
This prototype motorized wheelchair comes equipped with a cellular radio able to tap into AT&T's network.
Connected apparel "isn't far away," says Robin Thurston, chief digital officer of the fitness apparel and accessories company.
The Chinese smartphone maker confirms it is making a Windows 10 phone that will debut before year's end.
The Ingenu technology will link home appliances, water meters and streetlights to help rev up the Internet of Things.
Verizon expects "some level of commercial deployment" to begin in 2017 for next-generation wireless. That's much earlier than the common industry belief that 2020 will mark the start.
The GreenIQ Smart Garden Hub wants to help you save water by gathering weather data and info from other connected garden devices, and sending it all to your sprinklers.
Crafted for women, Samsung's expensive effort to blunt the effect of its latest oversize phablet and smartwatch truly shines. Here's why rivals should pay attention.
What's big, bulky, and it comes with its own SIM card, Micro-SD card, and Google Play store? This watch, and it can be yours for $160 buckaroos.
It's massive, it's thick, and it does almost everything your Android phone does.
CNET has learned that HTC still plans to enter the burgeoning wearables business despite speculation its watch was scratched.
The Alcatel OneTouch Hero 2 is a "phablet" for the cost-conscious.