The BlackBerry Z10 may not be the greatest of phones, but it is one of the most repairable.
stories by Ricardo Bilton
The ‘Quietly Brilliant’ HTC of 2009-2013 is dead. Long live (?) the new HTC.
Creating sites accessible to the blind and death is proving to be a complex, controversial subject for companies and advocacy groups.
Amazon’s rumored purchase of Samsung’s Liquavista unit could be the key to that full-color Kindle you’ve always wanted.
Sapphire is the display material clumsy smartphone owners didn’t know they needed.
Google’ Glass’s augmented reality functionality could extend to control over your garage door and refrigerator, according to a patent filed by Google.
Google may have just introduced Google Keep, but the Internet is already counting down to its inevitable destruction.
Our good friends in Washington DC have upheld our right to resell our property. Thank goodness for that.
Over the past year or so Foursquare has become the best local search app that you’re probably not using. And that’s all Foursquare’s fault.
There has to be a better way of communicating data plans than colored spreadsheets full of numbers. w
Another day, another patent infringement claim against Samsung.
Mobile ads are annoying, and Namo Media says it has the fix.
T-Mobile’s LTE network isn’t off the ground yet, but the company is already giving consumers lots of reason to be excited about it.
If you’re looking for advice on how to innovate, the CEO of BlackBerry probably isn’t the best person to turn to. But he has a point.
Microsoft has announced the end-of-support dates for Windows Phone 8 and 7.8, but users should be able to upgrade to the next version of Windows Phone when it is released later this year.
Christie Street is already making easier for inventors to fund their ideas — now it wants to help inventors patent them.
Google Reader is dead, but custom news magazine Zite hopes to help fill its place.
The good news: Mark Zuckerberg is almost universally loved by his employes. The bad news: Marissa Mayer didn’t make the cut.
Editor’s Pick Google Reader is dead, and that’s fine by me.
Google could bring its war against Android ad-blocking apps to Chrome, according to AdBlock Plus co-founder Till Faida.
Apple’s anti-Samsung media tour continues. The bottom line? “Samsung stinks.”
Ad-focused Google is going after ad-blocking AdBlock Plus. Who would’ve thunk it?
The Pebble smartwatch is one timepiece you shouldn’t expect to pass onto your grandkids.
Samsung and Apple not only rival each other in smartphones, but they share similar mixed records in advertising those smartphones as well.
Guest Post Patent trolling is putting a significant strain on innovation, and its time to change the system.
With same-day shipping, everything’s perfect — but not quite perfect enough.
For Seagate, data demand plus hard drives means big bucks.
Editor’s Pick 3D printing isn’t just for making trinkets — it can be a real moneymaker, as one entrepreneur has shown.
ProBueno wants to help you turn your talents into donations for your favorite non-profit.
Could MakerBot’s Bre Pettis and DEFCAD’s Cody Wilson be the Bill Gates and Steve Jobs of 3D printing? Sounds crazy, but maybe it isn’t.
Philips’s Hue lightbulbs are getting their own developer software kit, and with it, a slew of new possibilities.
Amazon wants to own generic top-level domains like .book and .author, but the book industry is pushing back.
Facebook is dishing on the latest stats for Facebook Platform and, well, they’re impressive.
With Project Gamma, Marvel is using music to up the immersion factor in its comics.
The moral of the story: Keep the illegal stuff to your personal email accounts, kids.
Concerns over Nitro Vs. UIWebView are preventing Mozilla from bringing the best possible version of Firefox to iOS.
Guest Post 2012 may have answered some of the biggest questions about BYOD, but in 2013 IT departments will be hit with a bunch more.
With their new partnership, Sunglass and DIYRockets are showing why the future of rockets may just be crowd-sourced.
MakerBot is moving into new turf with the Digitizer, a 3D scanner that will let you bring your physical objects into the digital world.
So you think you should be able to unlock your smartphone, eh? Not only does the White House agree with you, but AT&T does, too.