HTC and Samsung are helping Sprint join the Windows Phone 8 bandwagon. Nokia, however, is notably absent.
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In an effort to create the ideal end-to-end photo solution, Shutterfly has bought cloud-based image storage service ThisLife.
WIth its two newest 3D printers, 3D Systems is pushing 3D printing technology a bit further.
Will 2013 be better for HTC than 2012? Let's hope so.
The discount wars between Walmart and Best Buy continue to rage -- and Best Buy is mad as hell
HTC is in bad shape, but CEO Peter Chou says the company is about to step things up.
Kickstarter users have been very good to filmmakers, according to the latest funding numbers.
The crowded 7-inch tablet market is doing some real damage to Barnes & Noble's Nook unit.
Editor's Pick Late to the party, Ubuntu's chances in the mobile market are pretty slim. But it's giving it a go nonetheless.
By expanding its patent agreement with InterDigital to cover 4G LTE, RIM is making a big investment in the future of the BlackBerry.
Amazon is aiming to become the student's best friend with a big discount on the Kindle Fire 8.9.
A lot of things were said in 2012, but few of them were as funny, interesting, or profound as the quotes from these tech luminaries.
Design in 2013 will be marked by an emphasis on the Internet of Things, context, and the second screen.
What does the future hold for 3D printing? Integration, disruption, and expansion, says Sculpteo.
We finally have a price tag attached to RIM's first patent payout to Nokia: $65 million.
Foxconn is following through on its promises to improve the working conditions of its factory workers.
Gmail users in the U.S. and Canada are getting another year of free domestic voice calls, thanks to Google.
Editor's Pick 3D printing exploded into the mainstream this year with a bunch of company news and unlikely new applications, from sex toys to guns.
For a company that specializes in secure devices, RIM isn't so good at keeping secrets.