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AT&T said it might pull out of 2015's spectrum auctions if rules mean it can't buy enough to make it worthwhile.
Aio's Group Save discount lets you combine wireless lines with up to four other family members or friends.
The phone earned an impressive nine out of 10 on iFixit's reparability scale, considered one of the easiest devices to disassemble.
The first Project Ara device will be a gray phone, designed to be intentionally boring so users will customize it.
Check out Tuesday's PCMag Live for the 411 on CTIA's kill switch plan, Toshiba's first 4K laptop, and much more.
Formerly the chief evangelist for Apple, Kawasaki is now evangelizing for Australian design startup Canva.
There is no word on how many of the $1,500 headsets Google actually sold during a public sale on Tuesday.
Google Play received 45 percent more downloads than the App Store in Q1, but iOS made 85 percent more money.
Topping tech headlines on Tuesday was the public sale of Google Glass and a new acquisition for Twitter.
But the attorney generals behind the push for smartphone security argue that the pledge doesn't go far enough.
Buoyed by big Data Center Group gains, Intel said it remained on track to ship its 14-nanometer Broadwell chips in the second half of the year.
In the week since researchers disclosed the Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL, there has been a lot of discussion about what kind of information attackers can actually obtain by exploiting the bug. Turns out quite a lot.
Amazon is running a limited-time promotion on its Kindle Fire tablets, selling them today for as low as $119.
HP is offering some steep tech discounts online, including the HP Pavilion 23tm monitor for $269.99.