Editor's Pick T-Mobile is promising some amazing things, but can it actually fulfill them?
stories by firstname.lastname@example.org
Many more mobile companies are filing patents to protect their ideas, and that's not necessarily a good thing.
If you're trying to counter showrooming, putting yourself out of business is probably the worst way to do so.
With its own version of the iPhone 5, T-Mobile is now officially a member of the major leagues.
If you're working in 3D printing today and not paying attention to patents, the EFF is giving a strong case for why you should start.
With the help of Sketchfab, 3D designers are finally getting the online portfolio service they've always wanted.
Web users are really hankering for a replacement to Google Reader -- but Digg wants to give them so much more.
T-Mobile has unveiled its new Simple Choice plans and, well, they're pretty good.
The BlackBerry Z10 may not be the greatest of phones, but it is one of the most repairable.
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.