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SAN FRANCISCO, March 5- Mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets will vastly expand the number of companies who advertise online and will allow Internet companies to reap more revenue than they have from customers on PCs, Google Inc Chief Business Officer Nikesh Arora said on Wednesday.
Wilson Electronics, a leader in the market for devices that boost cellphone signals, has quietly scooped up zBoost, one of its key rivals.
Ben Jacobs, CEO of Whistle, talked to CNBC about a new wearable—for your pet.
Ellen Degeneres' viral selfie during this year's Oscars not only broke a Twitter record—it's led to a massive donation by Samsung.
If you're a Twitter user, you may have an email sitting in your inbox telling you to change your password right now. You aren't alone.
Speculation over the launch of an Apple iCar has excited the tech industry for some time, and now it looks as if the wait is finally over.
Last April, Zynga promised shareholders that 2013 would be a "transition year." Soon, we'll start to see the fruits of that labor.
Traders could find themselves buying and selling a new commodity in two years' time: wireless broadband.
From gaming to fitness, facial recognition to currency conversion, CNBC highlights some of the weird and wonderful apps for Google Glass.
Apple is facing $2 billion in damages if found guilty of allegations by a German patent-holding company that it infringed on a cellphone technology.
A California appellate court decided that looking at a cellphone screen to use maps and other apps while driving is legal, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Boeing has begun offering a specialized phone aimed at government agencies and contractors who need to keep communication and data secure.
In the future, people will pay for things by simply nodding their heads—while wearing Google Glass, of course.
Mark Spoonauer, editor in chief of Laptop Mag and Tom's Guide, breaks down the latest news in the mobile phone industry
Chinese handset manufacturer ZTE has launched an all-out attack on the Apple and Samsung-dominated smartphone market.
Amazon gives away movies and TV shows to people who join its Amazon Prime subscription service. Will it start giving away music, too?
Recently, the University of Maryland lost student data from a cyberattack.
Major tech companies are making headlines at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, one of the most important tech gatherings.
BlackBerry is exploring whether it might be able to expand use of its BBM service as a way to transfer money in emerging markets.
Josh Lipton talks with a former NSA hacking trainer about the Blackphone, a highly encrypted smartphone.
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