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Apple makes a lot of smartphones and a lot of people in the U.S. buy them. Android, however, still takes the cake as the dominant mobile operating system.
The tablet market is forecast to grow in 2014, but at a rate more than 30 percent slower than last year.
Following a high court ruling in favor of a man charged in 2010 for taking 'creepshots' of women on the trolley, Gov. Deval Patrick on Friday signed a bill banning such activities in the state.
T-Mobile made some changes to its Simple Choice plans, including increasing the amount of data on the base plan and offering free data in seven new countries.
Dell aims to serve professional workers and students with its entry-level Precision M2800 mobile workstation.
An administrative law judge found that the FAA has a weak legal argument for banning commercial drones.
Prepare for March Madness by filling out your brackets in style on a college-themed Moto X smartphone.
Spritz, a new app making its debut on Samsung devices, promises to help you read 250 to 1,000 words per minute.
According to a report by Gizmodo Germany, the phone makers will once again join forces to develop the Nexus 6.
The Twitter-owned app just updated its rules and terms of service to prohibit pornographic and explicit sexual content.
After almost two decades on the job, PlayStation chief Jack Tretton is stepping down at the end of the month.
Visitors to the annual 10-day SXSW festival in Austin, Texas, will get a chance to taste recipes algorithmically concocted by the brainiac machine.
Topping tech headlines Thursday, Ubisoft announces May 27 Watch Dogs launch, Oscar Mayer wakes up with bacon, consumer groups want FTC to probe Facebook/WhatsApp deal.