How wireless carriers, machine-to-machine connections and new devices affect corporate productivity.
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For aging eyes, busy bookworms, or anyone tired of squinting when they read, Amazon has the prescription.
Samsung Electronics will be combining its Samsung Wallet with Korean local mobile payment service Yelopay to offer users the ability make quick wire transfers, reports ZDNet Korea's Jaehwan Cho.
The low cost of Chinese branded smartphones are dominating the Southeast Asia market and driving a spike in smartphone sales.
It's tech week on Wall Street, and there are a lot of frightful mixed bags out there at the end of October.
It wasn't all singing and dancing at AT&T on Wednesday, after the company reported less-than-expected earnings for its fiscal third-quarter.
If you're serious about security, you can't afford to protect your business files and emails with just a password. Ed Bott explains how to use your smartphone to ensure that only you can get access.
The SMB accounting platform provider is rolling out more than 100 product enhancements at its QuickBooks Connect conference in San Jose.
It's been just over a month since Matthew Miller switched from being a big screen Android and Windows Phone user. Apple's large phone exceeds his expectations.
The numbers don't lie. ABI Research finds that Linux-powered Chromebook sales are exploding.
Twitter is also stepping away from the traditional password login with a new method that is actually more old school than you think.
Microsoft has a $49 adapter kit that will allow Xbox One sensors to work with Windows 8 and 8.1 PCs and tablets.
The iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 will spearhead Apple's tablet push for the next year or so. Are the improvements enough to keep the iPad ahead of the game?
This new convertible from Toshiba is tailor-made for the BYOD crowd.
Apple and its sapphire material supplier have agreed on a deal to repay debts to Apple but an explanation for what went wrong remains under wraps.
Yahoo's mobile apps are now material to the company and on a $1.2 billion annual run rate. Google dances around the mobile monetization topic even as Facebook can't shut up about its small screen plans.