Samsung has sweetened the deal on its “Ultimate Test Drive” program, which is designed to lure iPhone users into the Android fold.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to fly with Superman like Lois Lane did in the 1979 Superman movie? Here’s your chance…
Verizon has launched Hum, a car service that offers roadside assistance, car diagnostics and assistance locating nearby mechanics, for older cars for $14.99 a month.
Rovio is not only the home of Angry Birds, but likely some angry employees, as the Finnish game developer announced today that it has plans for another round of layoffs, cutting up to 260 jobs, more than 30% of the studio’s workforce.
Verizon has officially begun a program to allow its customers to activate non-Verizon devices, including the iPhone and Google’s Nexus 6, on its network.
Watch, as a young lady named Isabella unwraps her colorful 3D-printed arm brought to her by Stephen Davies, the volunteer who built and delivered the arm on behalf of Team UnLimbited.
Samsung will now let you try their latest devices -the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ for 30 days, for the low, low price of just one dollar.
Starting tomorrow, AT&T will be offering revamped Mobile Share Value plans to its customers. The carrier will be adjusting data tiers and plan prices for new and current subscribers.
From now on, fresh episodes of the children’s television program “Sesame Street” will be brought to you by the letters “HBO.”
You’ve probably heard that Google now owns the alphabet. Well, not quite, but the company on Monday announced that it has restructured, and created a new parent company, “Alphabet,” which will include Google as one of several subsidiaries.
Verizon has announced plans to offer new, simpler data plans, and kill subsidies. The new plans, kicking off on August 13, will require customers to pay for their smartphones in monthly installments, or buy them outright, with no subsidies being offered.
Upstart U.S. wireless carrier T-Mobile has begun to show some results from its CEO John Legere’s disruptive actions over the last year or so, as the perennial number four carrier has passed Sprint to take third-place behind leaders Verizon and AT&T.
Apple competitor Samsung on Thursday reported its quarterly profits for the second quarter, showing an 8% drop in profits from this time last year, due mostly to a precipitous drop in profits by its mobile division.
A newly discovered security flaw in the Android mobile operating system has been dubbed one of the worst vulnerabilities to date. “Stagefright” could affect around 950 million Android devices.
The Aaron Sorkin-scripted “Steve Jobs” biographical film has been awarded the prestigious “Centerpiece” slot at the New York Film Festival on October 3.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission last month announced that it would fine wireless carrier AT&T to the tune of $100 million for not adequately warning “unlimited” data plan customers about throttling their speeds.