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The new Moto 360 comes in large, small, and women's sizes, so you can find one that really fits.
Motorola Mobility is upgrading the Moto 360 smartwatch by releasing four new variants, including two case sizes, a Sport version with onboard GPS, and one aimed at women.
The projector-in-a-tablet concept is back, with three new models that can host an epic movie night.
This Android Wear watch takes form and function to the next level.
Acer sets itself apart from a sea of me-too Android tablets by targeting gamers with the Predator 8.
LTE network and device vendors are rolling out and demonstrating versions of the technology designed for small, low-power devices that don't need LTE's top speeds.
Cisco and Apple announced a deal to integrate iOS devices more tightly with enterprise networks and Cisco collaboration tools.
Obi Worldphone, a company founded by ex-Apple CEO John Sculley has launched a set of low-cost yet stylish smartphones aimed for emerging wireless markets in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
Yahoo has updated its mobile development suite to give programmers more tools to build out their apps, including the introduction of real-time analytics, a way to embed advertisements, and connectivity to Tumblr.
The latest version of the app from BIOS maker American Megatrends adds Android 5.0 Lollipop capabilities, but you'll need a PC with built-in virtualization.
Microsoft now lets anyone with an Android phone try out its app that brings the virtual assistant from Windows 10 to a non-Microsoft platform.
Facebook reveals techniques it used to reduced the number of elusive memory errors that would crash its iOS app
LG Electronics' latest tablet is more powerful than its predecessor, but it also has a slightly smaller battery.
This is firmly in the rumor category, but we wouldn't be surprised to see Samsung see how big of a tablet buyers would be willing to get.
Kim Jong Un and other high-ranking officials in North Korea have their own cellular network to help keep their conversations secure.
Google has to find a new way to secure the modules in its modular phone known as Ara, because the device failed the drop test.
An initiative backed by the likes of AT&T, Intel and Qualcomm is hoping to accelerate the rollout of cellular networks customized for machine-to-machine communications.
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