Virgin Mobile is the second U.S. carrier to offer prepaid iPhone plans, which could save you more than $500 over the lifetime of the phone compared to the big three carriers.
Virgin Mobile begins selling the iPhone without a contract starting June 29 with service plans starting at $30 a month.
Printer maker Toshiba is sponsoring National No-Print Day on October 23, 2012, when it hopes the paperless office becomes a reality. Ironic?
The fastest tier of the new fiber optic service will reportedly cost $204.99 monthly, with a variety of slower options available.
The major car companies -- including Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Ford, GM, Mercedes, Volkswagen and Volvo -- all have advanced self-driving car projects in the works, as does Google, many universities and even the Pentagon.
The Samsung Galaxy S III reviews are mostly glowing with some critics unhappy with the plastic shell. Read the roundup!
Samsung has delayed the "Pebble Blue" version of its Galaxy S III smartphone for at least two to three weeks, citing issues with meeting its own quality standards.
CEO Ballmer uses an 80-inch touchscreen running Windows 8 for communications and productivity in his office, and the technology will hit the market "eventually."
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission approved a rule change for part of the 800MHz band Thursday, opening the door for Sprint Nextel to use the band for its 4G LTE network.