Carriers, phone makers, and a lobbying group announce a voluntary agreement, but it might not be enough
BlackBerry alleges the Typo keyboard is an 'obvious knock-off' of its own keyboards.
A US judge blasts Typo's bond request as 'wildly inappropriate' as a sales ban looms
The Nest Wave feature could delay the sounding of an alarm in an emergency, the company said
A survey from a Creighton University professor finds almost all consumers want the ability to remotely kill a stolen cellphone.
The government is attempting to block access to a secret recording of a meeting. But will it work?
The speed of the service is capped, so is it really useful when traveling?
The prototype smartphone will be used to help develop autonomous flying robots
"It's really cool to see other people entering the VR space," Palmer Luckey told us at this week's Game Developer Conference.
The new virtual-reality headset drew a line at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco
The company is trying to temporarily halt a US lawsuit as a Tokyo court works through its bankruptcy.
A microscopic coating from P2i coats the electronics inside smartphones to prevent the phones from short circuiting after getting wet.
The phone will be released first in Indonesia and later in other markets in Asia; an LTE version is planned for the rest of the world.
The SpareOne is an $80 phone that runs on a AA battery; it's designed as a backup in case your regular smartphone isn't charged. We take a closer look in this video report from Mobile World Congress.
Leaks from the former contractor have raised awareness of privacy and users are reacting, says company executives
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