Review: Windows Phone innovations show promise, benefit of learning from iOS, Android
There is an alphabet soup of wireless routers out there. Ken Colburn of the Data Doctors spells out whether a more expensive one equals more speed.
Review: Updated HTC One phone sports improvements in camera software, easier to use
Most bank customers don't want their financial institution tweeting at them or asking for "Likes," and they prefer to air their grievances face to face.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer once pretended to stomp on an iPhone, and vowed his children would never use Apple products. This week, Microsoft is expected to announce Office will be available on iPad.
The popularity of social networks -- where people share much of their lives online with friends and acquaintances -- has spawned the growth of alternative "anti-social networks."
Struggling smartphone company BlackBerry selling most real estate holdings in Canada
Despite rumors to the contrary, Obama not giving up his BlackBerry device just yet
Alibaba leads $280 million investment in Tango as interest in mobile messaging heats up
Google enhances encryption technology for email service, making it harder for NSA to intercept
One of the first casualties of natural and man-made disasters is often the ability to communicate. Local first responders, governments, businesses and utilities are preparing for "the next time."
Review: New Samsung tablet offers laptop-like keyboard, large screen _ for a hefty price
March Madness is underway, which may mean a drop in productivity at workplaces around the country - and technology is facilitating in the process. Smartphone applications and websites are making it easier than ever to follow all the NCAA tournament games.
Fragmented European telecom sector rekindles love affair with cables and wires to boost growth
The top 10 books on Apple's iBooks
This week's top 10 paid and free apps for iPhone and iPad on the App Store
Data Doctor Ken Colburn says a troubling number of Apple users have not performed security updates, in part because they feel a false sense of safety that Apple devices aren't vulnerable to hackers.
Review: Uncertain first steps wearing Google Glass in Manhattan
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