It took almost 20 years, but Microsoft has finally developed an ergonomic keyboard you won’t be embarrassed to use.
stories by Devindra Hardawar
A day after BlackBerry announced that it was considering ways to save its business, including possibly selling off the company, the company is making its most baffling product announcement yet.
Guest Post There are a number of truths in marketing today that, like the author, have existed for quite some time.
Robert Downey Jr. is Iron Man HTC’s only hope.
This move may be several years too late, but BlackBerry announced this morning that it will be exploring “strategic alternatives” for its business through a newly formed special committee.
After making the Nexus 7 a huge success, Asus may bring that same magic to its larger Nexus sibling.
Microsoft’s plan to bring Windows to low-power ARM processors, Windows RT, has struggled from the start — and now high-level partners are losing faith.
Guest Post There’s an ongoing conversation about the quality and success of mobile advertising that has struck nerve with a lot of people.
If you’ve got a few free minutes, you can finally start learning how to use Basecamp, Asana, or plenty of other online services from just about anywhere thanks to Grovo’s new iOS app.
Bill Gates doesn’t have much faith in Google’s Loon project, which aims to bring Internet access to remote regions of the world via high-altitude balloons.
In the span of a year, T-Mobile has gone from losing hundreds of thousands of customers every quarter to actually gaining 1.1 million new customers.
Just when you thought the Apple patent squabbles were over, along comes an appeal court to revive a case against Motorola Mobility.
It’s only the beginning of August, but it already feels like summer is ending in New York City.
If you spend a lot of time in Google Drive documents, you’ll appreciate this update
Just about any company can get into the mobile operator game these days — they just need to tap into a large carrier’s network to do so.
FreedomPop’s free mobile service is about to get more tempting.
It’s one thing for a single research firm to call out Apple’s quickly falling tablet market share, but now another outfit is painting a similarly bleak picture for the iPad.
Don’t call the Moto X a mid-range phone.
Nokia’s Lumia 1020 is the culmination of everything the Finnish phone maker has been working towards over the past few years.
Guest Post Sean Parker was almost right: Facebook was throwing the best party on campus, but now the party goers don’t stay up past 10:00 anyway.
Editor’s Pick That the Moto X doesn’t feature the absolute fastest mobile processor doesn’t matter much. It’s all about simplicity, comfort, and some forward-thinking features.
Motorola thinks current smartphones are actually pretty dumb. Enter, the Moto X, Motorola’s not-so-secret, made in America, sensor-laden flagship smartphone.
As much as I love the iPad Mini, its low-resolution display is aging terribly as just about every new phone and tablet sports high 1080p resolutions.
Does NFC mobile payments still have a chance?
As its audience changed, FlixMaster needed a new name.
I’ve never said the word webinar as many times in a single day as I did when I talked with the folks from Hublished.
With mobile data plans getting increasingly convoluted, bandwidth monitoring apps have practically become a necessity to avoid steep overage charges. Now, you can track your bandwidth with style.
Even though Sprint’s acquisition by the Japanese telecommunications giant Softbank is all tidied up, the carrier still had plenty to clean up of business to clean up in the U.S. this past quarter.
Editor’s Pick Just as email spam has cemented itself as an unstoppable scourge in our daily digital existence, content scraping bots are polluting the web by slowing sites down, stealing content, and generally running amok.
The optical disc ain’t dead yet.
Note to Apple: Don’t change up your executive team and expect the Internet not to notice.
Guest Post How powerful would it be for marketers to know what their customers are going to do before they actually do it?
It’s 2013, and yet we’re still relying primarily on static images for video discovery on the web.
Samsung doesn’t have to worry about giving up its smartphone market throne anytime soon.
Few startups have been as laser-focused on making sense of your finances as New York City-based LearnVest Planning.
Current Caller ID, an app we’ve called the future of smartphone calling, has seen huge growth in its first year.
There could be (virtual) gold in them there hills — actually, in just about any physical object.
Who says Android tablets are dead?
Rather than keep traditional talk radio shows completely separate from podcasts, iHeartRadio is launching a new feature today that unites them.
Best Buy just couldn’t wait until Google officially announced its new Nexus 7 Android tablet.