Business users may finally find utility in the PlayBook with its official Mini Keyboard, which offers 128-bit wireless encryption.
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Acer's latest set displays includes the impressive and award-winning s235HL.
Even as Sprint ramps up its LTE efforts, the company is still offering devices its 3G/4G modem, which connects to its WiMax network.
Sprint subscribers disappointed by the lack of a Sprint iPad only have the company's developing 4G LTE network to blame.
Hinting at what a cable provider deal could look like, Netflix will allow subscribers to sign up for the service via Apple TV and handle billing through iTunes.
With Netflix already reportedly in talks with cable providers, its move to your cable bill is sounding more and more likely.
Smartphone owners looking for downgrade in the size department now have their chance with the Galaxy Pocket.
Samsung's Android 4.0 update for the Galaxy S II may appear before the end of the month.
Microsoft, Google, HTC, and Nokia top the list of companies that did interesting things at MWC 2012.
Weeks before its official launch, web TV service Aereo is in hot water with NYC broadcasters.
Threatened by the likes of HBO, Netflix may one day attach itself to the very cable companies its been competing with.
Kyocera's third Dura Series phone offers the durability the devices have been known for in a new form factor.
Ligher than the iPad, and nearly as thin as the Droid Razr, Toshiba's Excite 10 LE lands next month.
Announced last year, Sony's Tablet P is finally coming to the U.S. via AT&T.
Announced last September, Samsung's LTE-equipped tablet will land on Verizon next month.