Microsoft is breaking with tradition to get its Windows Phone software on more devices in an Android-dominated market.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan and Mike Prospero, reviews editor at Laptop Mag, discuss the possible merger of Sprint and T-Mobile and how it could impact consumers.
It's not a question of whether Apple's iPhone or Google's Android is winning the smartphone war, Marc Andreessen says, because they're both wildly popular.
The music streaming business continues growing. How will Apple's acquisition of Beats, a possible streaming service from Amazon, Spotify and others impact Pandora?
The National Security Agency's snooping is about to get more difficult. NYT reports.
Samsung Electronics on Tuesday is unveiling its first phone that uses propriety software, rather than Google Android.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin and CNET Senior Writer Maggie Reardon discuss what Apple's new iOS features mean for mobile users.
There's a new high-end smartphone in town with the release of Vertu's new Signature Touch model. But be warned, this gadget currently starts at 7,900 euros.
CNBC's Josh Lipton and Living in Digital Times Tech Editor Andrea Smith talk about car gadgets that could make road trips a little easier this summer.
Tim Cook needs someone to "ride shotgun" at Apple on music, said Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson, who thinks Beats co-founder and Jimmy Iovine fits the bill.
Microsoft is planning a heart-tracking smartwatch that will sync with iPhones, Android phones and Windows phones, Forbes said.
Apple's iWatch will likely have a circular face, analyst Brian Blair of Rosenblatt Securities said in a report on the Asia supply chain.
CNBC auto reporter Phil LeBeau breaks down all the details of Google's fully-automated car.
Investors, take heed. From Apple to Comcast to Wal-Mart, some of the biggest corporate giants will be in the spotlight Wednesday at the Code Conference.
The first night of the inaugural Code Conference was packed with new information, jokes, speculation and tough questions for Google and Microsoft execs.
Apple's push for a "Smart Home" will have people controlling lights, heat, dishwashers, etc just by walking through the front door with their iPhone in their pocket.
Gamers have been anticipating the Watch Dogs release for two years. It's finally here, does it live up to expectations?
Apple is readying a new platform that would turn the iPhone into a remote control for lights, security systems and other household appliances.
Amazon, under fire for energetically discouraging customers from buying books from the publisher Hachette, has abruptly escalated the battle. The NYT reports.
Google is developing a tablet that can capture 3D images, according to the WSJ.
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