Motorola's dynamic duo is now cheaper than ever off-contract.
Apple. T-Mobile. Microsoft. And what's going on with PCs? The biggest tech news stories of 2013 may be far-flung, but they were all fantastically momentous.
The competition between Google and Apple hits the road: Google will reportedly team with Audi to offer Android-powered in-car information and entertainment.
Absent a unique product or viable business model, the social video component of the music service made little sense
You're using way more data now than you used to. What's that mean for data caps?
The CyanogenMod Edition Oppo N1 costs a cool $600, but it's unlocked and comes preloaded with everybody's favorite custom Android ROM.
The newly available app lets you beam photos and videos from your Android phone to numerous smart Tvs and set-top boxes, including Roku and Xbox One.
The first iOS 7 jailbreak is here, but it arrived with some app piracy issues for Chinese users and no support for the Cydia app store.
Bitcoin. The Surface Pro 2. GIFs! Against all odds, these unknowns and underdogs became leaders of the pack in 2013.
T-Mobile could start paying early-termination fees for people who switch from other carriers.
Atheer joins the crowded field for augmented reality glasses with a crowdfunding campaign to build its own hardware, while Meta has unveiled a pair of $3000 glasses.
The company that best known for its file-sharing protocol offers some more insight into how its unlaunched chat service works.
The OS developed for Palm smartphones will find a new life on TV.
Delta Air Lines wants no part of a proposal to allow in-flight voice calls.
Some of the faulty HP Chromebook 11 chargers were MELTING.