Verizon, now in the process of finalizing its $4.8 billion purchase of Yahoo, only learned of the massive data breach at Yahoo just two days ago.
AT&T on Tuesday announced a future low-cost, high-speed wireless internet technology, called AirGig, that relies on plastic antennas set up along medium-voltage power lines.
Tablet shipments reached their lowest point in three years in the second quarter of 2016.
One-fourth of new users of smartwatches and other wearables say their devices failed to meet their expectations, according to a new survey by communications technology company Ericsson.
HTC announced it will lead a $100 million virtual reality accelerator fund to cultivate the VR ecosystem by supporting startups.
A new low-power, long-range version of Wi-Fi that bolsters Internet of Things (IoT) connections will be dubbed Wi-Fi HaLow.
Global smartphone market growth is slowing down, increasing by just 9.8 percent this year -- the first time growth has slowed into the single digits, IDC said.
The device is roughly the size of a carton of cigarettes and has seven different ports.
Consumers are holding on to their tablets, laptops and smartphones for longer periods, leading Gartner to predict a 1% contraction in shipments of all types of devices globally this year.
The Lumia 950 XL phone, with a 5.7-in. display, will reportedly be announced in September or October alongside the Lumia 950, with a 5.2-in. display.
Speculation is that a formal announcement of Windows 10 Mobile smartphones will occur in September, with shipments starting in October.
T-Mobile on Thursday announced that there would be no added charges for its U.S.-based Simple Choice customers when they call, text or use data to Mexico and Canada or when traveling there.
Sprint and T-Mobile separately defended their smartphone and tablet unlocking policies on Wednesday, after an independent researcher said they needed to be improved.
Samsung on Thursday announced a free My Knox service that can synchronize email and contacts with a desktop computer, as well as two premium services for businesses.
Wi-Fi's not always available on trains during rush hour, and Amtrak wants to solve that problem.
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