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Big Blue is moving large amounts of its software into the cloud, and launching a program to draw more outside software developers to use its products.
The next generation YotaPhone builds on the ideas of the first edition, in a thinner unibody shape with curved edges.
In a sign that the tech industry has moved past computers, Mark Zuckerberg, the chief executive of Facebook, will be the most prominent speaker this week at the Mobile World Congress, a trade show revolving around mobile devices.
Joe Belfiore, the corporate vice president of Microsoft Windows Phone, discusses goals for 2014 and the potential upside of the company's Nokia deal.
How much money would it take for you to sell your start-up, quit your job or close your venture capital fund and walk away from it all?
The devices have a better battery life and use Samsung's own operating system.
The way people handle open source projects, by sharing a maximum amount of information, may become a standard for all kinds of corporate behavior. Get ready to move faster.
The company said it would also stop selling the device immediately because some customers had reported red itchy rashes caused by the device.
Cuff, a new wearables start-up, unveiled a line of accessories this week that look more like the jewelry featured in an issue of Vogue, than hardware from the pages of Wired.
Hewlett-Packard turned in a respectable quarter, raising the credibility of Meg Whitman's multiyear plan to stabilize and renew the troubled tech giant. The problem is, the world keeps presenting new challenges to her legacy businesses. Here's what she thinks the world will look like in three years, and what H.P. will do in it.
John S. Chen, BlackBerry’s relatively new chief executive and executive chairman, engaged in some exceptional online sniping this week with his counterpart at T-Mobile US.
The agency proposes requiring wireless phone companies to specify location for 911 calls to the correct floor in a multistory building within five years.
The most common requests that AT&T received from federal, state and local government agencies were related to criminal and civil litigation. The company said it received roughly 302,000 of these requests.
By helping people bypass exorbitant texting fees charged by mobile carriers, WhatsApp saved heavy users of texting a lot of money. There's a larger lesson here for all telecom carriers.
Including an additional $3 billion in restricted stock units, the acquisition price for WhatsApp amounts to $345 million for every one of the company’s 55 employees.
The new service, Yahoo Gemini, is an online marketplace for buying mobile search and so-called native advertisements.
The university is the latest victim of a sophisticated cyberattack that compromised Social Security numbers, birth dates and names for 300,000 students, faculty and staff.
Google is asking 34 cities to pave the way for Fiber without guaranteeing it will install it, a change in approach as the Internet giant grapples with real-world challenges like tearing up roads.
With Lord Huron, Ben Schneider has created a band that is as much an alternate reality game as it is an independent band.
Google released a set of do's and don'ts for people who wear Google Glass, noting that in some situations, Glass wearers can be perceived as "creepy or rude."