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The oft-rumored smartphone could be announced for Korean markets and never make it to US shores.
Starbucks is taking incremental steps, yet again, as it plans a national rollout of Duracell Powermat wireless charging stations.
Carriers in Europe and the Americas have committed to selling the secure handset, Silent Circle and Geeksphone say
NTT DoCoMo's Portable SIM prototype can wirelessly activate any tablet or smartphone for network access. It could be shrunk and worn as a bracelet or other wearable device.
T-Mobile representatives confirmed issues with the company's network, but not the scope or duration.
After years of rumors, Amazon finally looks set to launch its first smartphone that includes a futuristic 3D display.
New partners could have handsets out by the end of the year, according to Nick Parker, who handles Microsoft's partnerships with device makers.
Some kind of 3-D device -- perhaps the long-rumored smartphone -- may launch later this month
If it looks like an Android phone and works like Android OS, it must be an Android clone.
The Transformer Book V is a smartphone, tablet, and laptop that can run both Windows and Android.
iOS 8 may not be flashy, but it includes a boatload of improvements designed to help you complete everyday tasks as quickly as possible.
The hybrid phone and tablet from Asus is intriguing, but clunky.