A Project Ara developer conference will set the stage for launch this April.
Because yes, it's 2013 and still illegal to unlock your cell phone without your carrier's permission.
The popular messaging service is taking on the likes of Skype and Viber with its new VoIP service.
A classic name from the traditional desktop is remaking itself for the post-PC era.
And cheap international calls are coming for people without a contract.
After 25 years, Moviefone is calling it quits for its phone service, turning attention solely to its website and apps.
Voice calls are coming to WhatsApp in the spring, bringing the recent Facebook acquisition in line with competing platforms such as BBM and Viber.
Judging by Samsung's latest teaser, the Galaxy S5 is all about adjectives.
In November, Google said it would happen and now it has: Google Currents is gone.
Microsoft's Office Web Apps have a new name, a new site, and a new app bar.
ISPs like Verizon want Netflix to pay for the massive amount of video traffic flowing across its networks. But Netflix is reluctant to do so.
Opera's data compression app for Android is now available to anyone in the U.S. that wants to try it, but you may have to wait to start using it.
Forget about eye scans, Samsung's next Galaxy S smartphone could offer a number of different ways to use your fingerprints.
After a successful launch in Canada, Robocoin plans on bringing Bitcoin ATMs to Austin and Seattle.
Sony appears to be pulling ahead in the popularity horse race for next-generation gaming consoles.