Japan, South Korea, Spain, France and Russia are among the new places for fast foreign roaming.
Researchers have developed tag-based software to control who can see your files.
Verizon has closed its buyout of Vodafone's 45 percent stake in its mobile business.
Most of the power consumed by phone and tablet storage is from software, according to a UCSD-Microsoft paper
The Silicon Valley company puts Wi-Fi control in the cloud
The buyout might improve service for some,but it would give a larger Comcast more control over users' broadband experience.
In LTE phones or enterprise data centers, Broadcom sees its silicon in many places.
The company's profit fell by 54 percent amid continuing woes
The Fibre Channel Industry Association announced the SAN technology's Gen 6 standard
The company's new handset platform will support the 150 Mbits/s 'Category 4' specs.
The FCC has cited the owner of a Los Angeles building for using faulty fluorescents after a complaint form a carrier.
VidyoH2O will bridge the Google+ meeting feature with legacy videoconferencing and PBX systems
The project's Hydrogen software is out, but its full impact is yet to be seen
The low-latency, high-efficiency technology will be available at a private event in New York
The company says it's shooting for more hit games and greater efficiency.