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People who have been testing the latest beta versions of Microsoft's Windows 10 for smartphones have a new operating system build to play with Thursday.
Project Loon takes off in Indonesia, Oracle touts new security measures embedded in silicon and a balloon will take you to the edge of space for a price.
Verizon on Wednesday launched ThingSpace, a platform for application development, device management and other tasks required to make IoT offerings a reality.
The notifications tab on the Facebook app will now showcase information tailored to individual users.
Australia is investigating hi-tech solutions to prevent shark attacks, which are rare but highly publicized events in a water-loving country.
On Thursday, the FCC adopted a proposal to make four high-frequency spectrum bands available for services including mobile voice and data and machine-to-machine communication.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey kicked off the company's developer conference, announcing several new mobile products and features.
It's the perfect marriage of Android Marshmallow and high-end hardware. Jon Phillips explains why the Nexus 6P moves him like no other Nexus phone before.
It looks like an iPhone, but it's really a mid-range Android phone in a pretty package.
A coming boom in connected sensors and devices will drive mobile networks into distributed computing, the president of Bell Labs says
Yahoo's offensive against the password is almost complete with Yahoo Account Key.
AT&T now has a way to use the same phone number for all your connected devices, a capability that could simplify some subscribers' lives but may have more to do with the carrier's own goals.
Despite the presence of Google's Android Pay and Samsung Pay, LG might want a piece of the burgeoning market.
The security breach at Samsung subsidiary LoopPay was probably more about spying than about gathering consumer data for profit.
Google and WhatsApp announced Wednesday that users of the popular messaging service will be able to back up their data through Google Drive in the near future.
Windows Phone fans are finally getting a standard-setting device, and none too soon. With a big, crisp screen, a great camera, and PC-like capabilities, this is a phone good enough to bring more users into the ecosystem--but only time will tell whether it does.
Microsoft wants its new phones to drive interest in Windows 10 Mobile. Will that work?
We think of batteries as just a fuel tank to power our electronic devices. Microsoft, Tesla and others have thought up a new idea: software-defined batteries, which use a bunch of specialized batteries to trade off power tasks as needed.