Today T-Mobile announced its third-quarter sales results, which significantly exceeded analysts' estimates.
Google's popular Android-centric "turf war" game, Ingress, has finally lost its invitation-only requirement and has entered open beta.
Android 4.4, code name KitKat, has been officially released. Is your phone among the lucky ones who gets an upgrade?
The cell phone wars are heating up, thanks to a new offer from AT&T and Samsung. The deal: Buy a qualifying Samsung phone and sign up for a new contract from AT&T, and the network will give you a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 as a bonus.
Amazon MatchBook, which lets customers who've previously bought the print edition of a book from Amazon score a digital copy on the cheap, is now open for business.
With hot new phones and tablets hitting the market at a breakneck pace, frequent upgrading can become a cost-prohibitive endeavor. Today, Walmart is taking some of the sting out of that process by adding tablet computers to its in-store trade-in program.
Qualcomm has changed the job profile of Chief Marketing Officer Anand Chandrasekher to focus on the emerging area of enterprises, which analysts said points to the company likely developing ARM server chips.
Google has announced its acquisition of the French company FlexyCore, best known for its performance enhancing software, DroidBooster.
Maxthon's Cloud Browser offers unique tab navigation and automatic syncing across devices.
Today LG Electronics announced that its latest tablet, the LG G Pad 8.3, is officially available for sale in the U.S.