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Buying an autonomous car may be in your future, but make sure it has a capable chip installed so the vehicle doesn't get in trouble with the police.
Samsung Electronics continues to place its bets on the Tizen operating system for smartphones, with the launch Tuesday in India of a 4G enabled smartphone priced at 4,590 rupees (US$68).
An IoT shipping label Intel demonstrated at IDF this week could report on shipping conditions in real time without needing a battery to stay powered.
A federal judge in California has rejected a proposed settlement between Uber Technologies and drivers in Massachusetts and California, in lawsuits that claimed that they should be classified as employees with full benefits rather than as independent contractors.
AT&T Mobile Share Advantage plans will drop overages in favor of throttling, following T-Mobile and Sprint in this consumer-friendly trend. We dig into the details here.
But you'll have to pay extra to get around the limitations, like 480p video playback and 2G tethering.
The reboot comes from HMD, a Finnish company composed of ex-Nokia and Microsoft employees.
AT&T is hoping to collaborate with a powerful set of carriers and equipment vendors on 5G. On Wednesday, the company said it’s having preliminary discussions with an A-list lineup of players to align their efforts on defining the future standard.
Ditching analog headphones for USB-C audio opens up a world of new features, Intel says.
We speak with Nicklas Jonsson from Lenovo and Claire Doyle of element14 about their future plans for Moto's modular phone.
Microsoft has begun rolling out its big Anniversary Update for smartphones running Windows 10 Mobile.
Where can I find Pikachu? More than one Pokémon Go map promises to help you find rare Pokémon—and they need your help. Here's our list of the best Pokémon Go maps, now updated with the latest maps.
Google's next flagship phones may go for a more high-end look to try and win over those discerning buyers.
HP has dabbled in many OSes over the last few years, but the company always seems to come back to Windows.