Nokia is back in the phone game, and this time it's got Android on board.
ZTE makes a serious claim for its newest "phone." But don't hold your breath on actually getting to use one.
A standards body says the next-generation wireless network can hit a deadline of 2019 instead of 2020.
The internet has a new security bug called Cloudbleed and it's pretty bad. We explain what it is, how it affects you and what you can do.
In this week's wrap-up, NASA announces a big discovery, Verizon and Yahoo's deal gets a $350 million adjustment and Mobile World Congress news trickles in.
Apple is among the companies signing a document to be filed as part of a case the high court is hearing next month.
Jordan Hoffman returns to the show to give us his picks for the 2017 Oscars. We'll run through the nominations for most of the categories and get reviews of a few recent releases as well.
Tech companies strongly oppose the president rescinding policies for transgender students.
Today's most important tech stories include Spotify's debut of three exclusive podcasts, Amazon's first amendment fight and the FCC's first attempt to chip away at net neutrality.
Andy is joined by Rich and special guest Nate Lanxon to discuss NASA's awesome discoveries, Apple's new home and why next week matters for phones.
To encourage a better work-life balance, Panasonic has put a work curfew of sorts on its workers.
Andy Rubin, the creator of Android, is said to be working on a company to challenge Apple and Google for mobile dominance.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.