New York pay phone kiosks have been on the decline since Superman found he couldn't use them to change identities. Now there's a great 21st century use for them.
Verizon has delayed its in-store launch of the Galaxy S III two days.
A glitch in Apple's app-updating mechanism has rendered over 100 apps unusable. Here's what you need to know, and how to fix it.
Research firm NPD DisplaySearch thinks tablet shipments will exceed laptop shipments in the next few years.
Polaroid is bringing instant photos back (again) with its new Z2300 instant digital camera.
Will the company do the same with smartphones that it did with tablets?
Getting Windows 8 to partners by July is important for Microsoft for several reasons.
Those who file a claim are eligible for a cash payment of up to $20, or a non-cash payment that includes free services, fee waivers, and discounts.
Duolingo currently supports English, German, French, or Spanish, and there are plans to add Portuguese, Italian, and Chinese in the near future.
Studies have shown no conclusive evidence regarding danger from wireless signals, but the FCC wants to reopen an inquiry into whether its regulations do enough to protect consumers.
The Microsoft Xbox Live iOS app also is upgraded.
Comcast, PayPal and TiVo Premiere are set to make it simple to buy goods and services via your television.
New Jersey college Seton Hall will issue every member of the incoming Class of 2016 a smartphone through its Mobile Computing initiative.
The purpose of the group is to look into ways to integrate LTE connectivity into vehicles of all types, not just luxury automobiles.