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In its ads, Microsoft says the Surface Pro 3 is "the tablet that can replace your laptop." With the addition of a new docking station, the Surface Pro has its eye on your desktop PC, too.
UPDATED x3: The world's most popular and largest social network suffered an outage. Naturally, everyone went crazy on Twitter.
Falling tablet sales make the news regularly with folks concerned that the buying public is ready to cast tablets aside. The fact is they're just too good, and owners feel no need to upgrade.
As far as I can see, the future of Windows Phone is that it will eventually be replaced by Android. In fact – and I don't make bold predictions lightly – I can't see a future where Microsoft doesn't pull the plug on Windows Phone in the next few years and switch to Android.
Building a large temporary network in the middle of a remote field for a music festival presents some unique challenges to the Splendour in the Grass organisers.
Canonical has recently focused attention on the convergence of desktop and mobile operating systems, while Microsoft, Apple and Google are all exploring ways of harmonising the smartphone/tablet...
An app launched in Zambia by Facebook will provide access to a number of online services for free, in an attempt by Internet.org to lift the country's internet penetration rate above 15 percent.
LinkedIn's new Software-as-a-Service offering is designed for finding and cultivating relationships with prospective and current customers on LinkedIn.
HTC showed some stability in the second quarter and touted its latest One device. The problem is that HTC may be merely a one-quarter wonder.
But segment still faces hurdles including poor mobile coverage and lack of retailer readiness.
French telecoms firm Iliad makes an offer for the fourth largest phone giant in the U.S., which is estimated to be worth close to $25 billion.
BlackBerry said BBM for Windows retains the native user experience and modern design of the Windows UI.
Given how far it's come, mobile technology is not very old. In the early days, some outstanding gadgets set the stage for the mobile tech of today. These are six of them that had a big impact.
In what the T-Mobile CEO calls a wireless revolution, the firm continues to poach subscribers from rivals, and has now sailed past the 50 million benchmark.
A new round of questions from European regulators suggests the EC is angling for its incoming competition commissioner to launch an official probe into Android this year.