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The Moto G has its drawbacks, but it's well built, and if its features are sufficient for your needs, then it delivers superb value for money. If you're looking to equip a workforce with a basic Android phone, it's arguably the best choice currently available.
Three companies won spectrum for high-speed mobile connectivity, including an unknown company, while one of the biggest telcos came away empty-handed.
CyanogenMod's nearly 10 million users will benefit from newly integrated encrypted SMS feature and can now install an app that lets them take video and audio recordings of their screens.
A patent loss in a German court may lead to trouble for Microsoft's Android strategy.
I cover mobile tech of all types on ZDNet, and it's always interesting to look back to see what got folks' attention.
Aircraft passengers in Europe can expect carriers to permit the use of mobile devices on flights in coming weeks, so long as the devices are operating in 'airplane mode'.
Nokia's rivals fear that the company will begin unfairly milking its patent portfolio, according to the European Commission, but the organisation will be closely observing the former handset maker.
A wave of investment is headed towards the Italian island – but not everyone's convinced it will be a silver bullet.
Another day, another one-day sale for some Android or Windows 8 tablet. Why go for this doorbuster when there'll be one tomorrow? Just a guess, but tablet makers may be starting to sweat.
About 400 devices, a mix of Android, iOS, Windows, and OS X, will be covered by Good Technology's offering.
Despite labeling Apple's 64-bit A7 processor a "marketing gimmick" that offered consumers "zero benefit," Qualcomm is now heading down the 64-bit path itself.
The BCM47531 is a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) chip that calculate positioning data from the US, Russian, Japanese, and Chinese networks, as well as regional augmentation systems.
The new line will bring desktop-size capacities to the thinnest laptops when it becomes available later this month.
According to Dell's Tom Kendra, incomplete solutions and a lack of a clear pan-client strategy have hampered the move to broader mobile support at enterprises and mid-market companies alike.
The $69mi equipment is unlikely to be recovered