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Up to $650 per line to cover your early termination fee and buy back your obsolete phone.
Resonant wireless charging promises big improvements, but is still in its infancy
Subscribers can get anyone to join up, and everyone will pay less per month
The technology organizes a person's apps based on what they're doing
Viewsonic makes good on its promise to build monitors that play nice with phones and tablets, and not just PCs.
ZTE will bring the device to China in March or April.
Your baby's growing up so fast, and the Kurio Phone lets her act independent while you keep a close eye on her location and activities
The Taiwanese PC maker is bringing its Padfone device to the US late this year
The telecom giant will allow online services to pay for the data they use, which will save you money while stifling competition.
Long-time PC and tablet mainstay finally brings a smartphone to the United States market—and it's full of Asus' trademark quirkiness.
With CES 2014 about to begin, here are the people and companies we're keeping an eye on at this year's show.
This year's edition of the massive CES trade show is about to get underway. Here are just a few of the stories we're keeping a close eye on.
The suit names a company co-founded by the American Idol host which happens to make a keyboard case for the iPhone.
For all the solid technology shown at CES, there's an equal amount of "throw it out and see what sticks" gadgets and gizmos. Here are some products that didn't work or didn't materialize.