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Verizon Car Collective May Bring In-Vehicle LTE to the Masses

The purpose of the group is to look into ways to integrate LTE connectivity into vehicles of all types, not just luxury automobiles.

Virgin Mobile iPhone 4S vs. Carrier Deals (Comparison Chart)

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 to Sell Prepaid iPhones

Virgin Mobile begins selling the iPhone without a contract starting June 29 with service plans starting at $30 a month.

National No-Print Day: Will You Take the Pledge?

Printer maker Toshiba is sponsoring National No-Print Day on October 23, 2012, when it hopes the paperless office becomes a reality. Ironic?

Price of Verizon's 300Mbps FiOS Leaked

The fastest tier of the new fiber optic service will reportedly cost $204.99 monthly, with a variety of slower options available.

Robots in Cars Could Beckon Brave New Technology World

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.

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Samsung Galaxy S III: Review Roundup

The Samsung Galaxy S III reviews are mostly glowing with some critics unhappy with the plastic shell. Read the roundup!

Samsung's Blue Galaxy S III Delayed in White iPhone Moment

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.

Parents Get New Weapons in War Over Kids' Phones

Analysis: Thanks to social networks, bullying is no longer confined to the schoolyard; victims are potentially subject to harassment anytime, anywhere, and from any handheld device.

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Microsoft Envisions 80-Inch Windows 8 Tablets

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."