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Samsung has taken the wraps off the next generation Galaxy Tab tablet, but is the Galaxy Tab 3 really an upgrade over its predecessor?
Microsoft garnered just a "niche" in the global tablet market in the first quarter of 2013, following a period of user confusion after the launch of Windows 8 and Windows RT tablets, analysts say.
Google Drive users no longer have to worry about accessing their documents without an Internet connection--as long as they’re using Google’s Chrome browser
Cloud storage has been crucial for mobile computing, but Younity takes a different approach that lets you abandon the cloud and still have access to your data while you're on the go.
Alcatel-Lucent's first-quarter revenue inched up 0.6 percent year on year, but it reported a net loss after making a profit a year earlier.
Google's new tool adds an extra layer of convenience to Chrome, but it's not quite ready for prime time.
AT&T has reported revenue of US $31.4 billion for the first quarter of 2013, down slightly from a year earlier, although net income was up slightly, with a sagging wireline business division nearly offsetting mobile and wired broadband growth.
Two new preview devices made a brief appearance, then appeared to be sold out online.
Two new features give Skitch a big productivity boost, especially for Evernote users.
China Mobile, the country's largest wireless carrier, reported weak profit growth in the first quarter as it struggled to squeeze more revenue out of existing customers.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer defended her decision this week at a Great Place to Work conference, but Earth Day facts don't back her rationale.
Microsoft can capitalize on the popularity of smaller, cheaper tablets to carve out a larger market for Windows 8.
Dozens of tweaks and improvements are on the way for the new smartphone in the BlackBerry 10.1 OS update, which is now available for developer testing.
Web usage for Google's Chromebooks may be weak, but shipments remain strong.
Germany-based card payments startup Payleven is going to make its chip-and-PIN service available to individuals, the company said on Wednesday.