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If you want a well-priced Apple iPhone, now is the time to go deal-hunting at Walmart, Target, Sprint, and other phone sellers. Here's the scoop.
The revamp goes hand-in-hand with Microsoft's gamble on touch-centric Windows 8, the new operating system scheduled to be released in October.
We polled five people with specialist knowledge of the legal system, patent litigation and trials, and the U.S. smartphone market to get their opinions on the trial.
Julian Assange and WikiLeaks may grab all the headlines, but Cryptome's John Young is the Internet's real crusader for truth.
Pros may need more control over the process, which can be found in proDAD's more expensive offerings, but the average user should be more than pleased with the results of this software.
Researchers hope they can sharply reduce the number of car accidents by enabling vehicles to communicate with each other -- and they're putting the theory to the test in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Whatever the verdict in the 'tech trial of the century,' the outcome will be a settlement, analyst predicts.
Mattel has launched Apptivity which allows kids to interact with games on Apple's iPad using screen-safe toys, including Hot Wheels cars, the company said on...
A wave of Ultrabooks—light, thin laptops that have more capabilities and fewer compromises than ever—is hitting the market. Here's a look at some of the current crop.
From ATM skimmers that steal your money to hackable insulin pumps, technology does have a dark side. And the various forms of sneaky tech can have frightening consequences.
Laptops are undergoing radical change, with the latest crop of Ultrabooks leading the way.
Imagine the longest, most complex government form you've ever had to fill out and you start to have an idea what jurors in this patent case will face.
Judge Myron H. Thompson says whistleblower Jack Palmer Jr. has not proven his claims of breach of contract and fraudulent misrepresentation against Infosys. As a result, the case will not go to trial.
Slim Ultrabooks may be able to slim down even more if this technology is adopted.
The original order wasn't just for "quid pro quo" situations, Judge William Alsup says.