BlackBerry needs all the help it can get.
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Here's one way NYC businesses can start offering deliveries.
Just a few days before Google's I/O developer conference kicks off, Wired's Steven Levy has finally gotten Pichai to chat about Android's future.
Editor's Pick It's the best Android smartphone I've ever laid hands on -- and possible the best smartphone I've ever used.
Guest Post If you’re looking for some new ideas on how to make mom feel special, here are a few clever app ideas that just might do the trick.
Nokia's marketing strategy for this phone is simply baffling.
Guest Post Here's how Instagram's new face tagging could be a killer resource for brands.
In-flight Wi-Fi is one of the best aspects of modern air travel -- even though it's far slower than what you'd get from a 4G LTE smartphone or a typical home broadband connection. But that could all change in a few years.
Watch out, Ouya, a new challenger has entered the ring to bring mobile games to TV screens.
After spending $1 billion on Instagram last year to keep pace with the mobile photo explosion, Facebook is now reportedly jumping into entirely new territory by spending a similar amount on the popular social driving app Waze.
Okay, we get it Nokia, your Lumia cameras are pretty darned great for low-light shooting.
Much like Gmail's five year-long beta period, expect Google Glass to be a "work in progress" for some time.
After a successful collaboration with the Nexus 4 Android smartphone, Google may also be working with LG for yet another Nexus devices. Here's why that's a bad idea.
Editor's Pick LocalResponse may have solved the big problem with making mobile ads relevant.
Now local business owners have an easier way to manage their Facebook pages.
HTC's first quarter saw a massive decline in revenue and profit -- but the company expects a rosier second quarter.
The ongoing saga around approving taxi hailing apps in New York City is beginning to resemble a wild ride in one of the city's taxis.
It looks like Facebook's huge mobile risk is turning into a huge mobile opportunity.
Microsoft still isn't divulging official Surface numbers, but it looks like it's at least making a dent in the tablet market.
While Google Glass may seem like a step towards a crazy science-fiction future, for some reason it lacks a fairly basic security feature: a lock screen.