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Apple offers a way to 'return' that free U2 albumupdated Mon Sep 15 2014 15:19:22

Apple learned an important lesson this week: Not everyone likes U2. And even those who do really don't like it when you put music in their libraries without asking.

T-Mobile offers free cell spots to all customersupdated Wed Sep 10 2014 20:18:40

T-Mobile wants to beef up its cell coverage by thinking small and piggybacking on your Internet service.

Goodbye, iPod Classicupdated Wed Sep 10 2014 17:54:57

As the tech world watched the birth of the Apple Watch on Tuesday, another iconic device from the Cupertino company was being laid to rest.

Is the Apple Watch a game changer?updated Wed Sep 10 2014 12:30:09

The long-anticipated Apple smartwatch became a reality this week when the tech giant unveiled its entry into the growing wearable-tech field.

Hands-on with the new Apple Watchupdated Wed Sep 10 2014 00:20:31

After Tuesday's unveiling of two new iPhones and a heavily anticipated smartwatch, Apple gave press and special guests (including models, fashion bloggers and Gwen Stefani) some supervised hands-on time with the gadgets. Here are our first impressions of the Apple Watch.

This gadget can knock drones and Google Glass offlineupdated Mon Sep 08 2014 15:06:20

Bothered by gadgets like Google Glass that can, theoretically, be used to snoop on you in public? Then why not get your own gadget that can knock them all offline?

The iPhone evolvedupdated Mon Sep 08 2014 09:33:34

A look at the evolution of the device that changed the mobile industry and made Apple the biggest company on the planet.

Before the iWatch there was... updated Tue Sep 02 2014 08:20:42

After years hovering in the vapor, little more than a dream for Apple fanatics everywhere, the elusive iWatch may be days away from becoming a reality.

It's official! Apple sets event for Sept. 9 updated Thu Aug 28 2014 12:42:25

Apple has set Sept. 9 as the date for a big announcement.

Is bigger really better for Apple?updated Thu Aug 28 2014 11:12:12

After ceding the smartphone and tablet size war to competitors like Samsung for the past few years, it appears Apple had finally decided that bigger is better.

Instagram gets time-lapse videos moving with Hyperlapse appupdated Tue Aug 26 2014 15:16:14

Time-lapse videos are usually a stationary affair, shot from a fixed location and angle over an extended period of time. But now, Instagram is letting iPhone users ditch the tripods and take time-lapse videos on the go with its new app, Hyperlapse.

Meet Sobrr, the anti-Facebook appupdated Thu Aug 21 2014 14:14:09

What would you do if you only had one day to live? Probably not spend time downloading and fiddling with a mobile app, we're guessing.

E-readers bring hope to Africa's schoolsupdated Wed Aug 20 2014 09:45:42

Heaps of trash pile up for miles in Kibera, a district of Nairobi that houses nearly 1 million people and is one of the poorest slums in the world. Aluminum shanties fill the horizon, and an odor of urine cuts through the air. A man trots through the narrow, unpaved streets on a camel.

Will bigger iPhones end great one-hand games?updated Wed Aug 06 2014 10:53:13

Apple might be readying its largest iPhones ever. Regardless of how you feel about that, it could mean one unequivocally crappy thing for all of us: The extinction of great, casual one-handed games.

12 wacky smartphone casesupdated Wed Jul 09 2014 11:07:00

Not so long ago, a cellphone used to look like a cellphone. But these days, it's not unheard of to see someone talking on a rabbit pressed to his or her ear.

Reservation-selling startup angers tech worldupdated Mon Jul 07 2014 13:41:20

There's a website that lies to restaurants, making reservations under fake names, and then sells them to you.

Report: Bigger iPhones coming this fallupdated Tue Jun 24 2014 12:30:03

iPhone screens are about to get a lot bigger, if a new report is to be believed.

Hackers show how to protect your iPhoneupdated Mon Jun 23 2014 14:04:25

Here's one way to make your iPhone hacker-proof: Ask hackers for advice.

5 things we'd like to see from the Apple smartwatchupdated Fri Jun 20 2014 16:44:09

Rumored for years, the long-awaited smartwatch from Apple may finally become reality in a few months.

T-Mobile wants to give you an iPhoneupdated Thu Jun 19 2014 13:45:28

You can keep them for only a week. But T-Mobile is handing out free iPhones, along with a trial run of its cellular service, in the latest in a string of unorthodox promotions for the No. 4 wireless carrier in the United States.

New Amazon phone makes it easy to buy stuff ... from Amazonupdated Wed Jun 18 2014 18:04:11

Amazon wants you to buy its first smartphone, the Fire, which it unveiled Wednesday. But it also wants you to use that phone to buy more stuff ... from Amazon.

Big changes coming to iPhone messagingupdated Tue Jun 03 2014 16:47:12

It didn't get a ton of attention Monday, but Apple's next mobile operating system means significant changes for how iPhone users send and receive messages.

Eight key features of iOS 8updated Mon Jun 02 2014 18:47:00

Apple fans holding out hope they'd see the company's next great gadget on Monday were disappointed. At the keynote address for the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference, software was king.

Demo of new quicktype feature for iPhoneupdated Mon Jun 02 2014 15:47:48

Apple SVP Craig Federighi demonstrates the company's new quicktype feature that will be available on it's IOS devices.

Snapchat CEO 'mortified' by leaked e-mailsupdated Thu May 29 2014 20:25:38

The CEO of popular messaging app Snapchat is apologizing after a set of filthy e-mails he wrote several years ago to his fraternity brothers at Stanford University was leaked publicly this week.

How to crowdsource your wedding photosupdated Wed May 28 2014 18:51:14

When Erin and Doug Halka began planning their wedding, they also looked for ways their guests could share photos of their ceremony and reception.

Hackers locking iPhones, demanding ransomsupdated Tue May 27 2014 16:45:19

A large number of people, mostly located in Australia, are reporting they have come under an unexplained attack that holds their iPhones and iPads hostage and demands they pay a $100 ransom.

Apple acknowledges iMessage problemsupdated Thu May 22 2014 16:32:19

Apple's Internet-based messaging service, iMessage, has long had problems when it comes to interacting with non-Apple devices. Now the company is finally acknowledging the problems and rolling out a slate of bug fixes to make Apple-to-Android messaging less of a nightmare.

New app helps you find lookalike for Fidoupdated Wed May 21 2014 12:14:16

Are you missing a beloved four-legged friend from the past? Or, on a far sillier note, would you like your very own Grumpy Cat or Doge?

Teen breaks record for fastest textupdated Thu May 15 2014 16:10:56

A 16-year-old from Brazil can dash off a wordy, complicated, text message in the time most of us can thumb "Where R U?" And the folks with Guinness World Records have noticed.

What Beats by Apple would mean for music, and youupdated Fri May 09 2014 17:49:11

It's an odd pairing, really, the gadget-obsessed tech giant from Silicon Valley teaming up with hip-hop super producer Dr. Dre and music mogul Jimmy Iovine.

Microsoft, Nokia and that mountain photoupdated Fri Apr 25 2014 16:09:58

The hills are alive with the sound of ringtones.

Supreme Court to look at privacy cases involving police searches of cell phonesupdated Fri Apr 25 2014 12:14:08

The Supreme Court will undertake a major examination of privacy in the digital age, holding oral arguments Tuesday on a pair of appeals over whether police must obtain a warrant to search data on the cell phone of a person under arrest.

Reports say an Amazon phone is closeupdated Wed Apr 23 2014 13:52:36

After more than two years of hints and leaks, the long-awaited Amazon phone appears to be almost ready for its debut.

Is an Apple-Nike partnership on the way?updated Mon Apr 21 2014 18:26:54

It's a simple thing, really, the rubber and stainless steel band that a well-known CEO frequently wears around his wrist.

Smartphone innovation has stalled, but that's OKupdated Fri Apr 18 2014 11:50:02

Here's a short message to smartphone makers before you try to wow us with a bunch of glitzy features in your next device: Don't do it.

Facebook launches friend-tracking featureupdated Thu Apr 17 2014 15:25:10

Your phone always knows where you are. And now, if you want, your Facebook friends will always know where you are, too.

Google's future phone: The modular Project Araupdated Wed Apr 16 2014 15:53:05

Google is jumping into its next futuristic hardware project. This time it's a modular smartphone dubbed Project Ara that can be customized by swapping out individual pieces, such as the battery and the camera.

'Kill switch' may be standard on U.S. phones in 2015updated Wed Apr 16 2014 11:42:15

The "kill switch," a system for remotely disabling smartphones and wiping their data, will become standard in 2015, according to a pledge backed by most of the mobile world's major players.

Neil Young's Pono music player raises millionsupdated Tue Apr 15 2014 17:51:22

What happens when a rock 'n' roll legend promotes a music player in a world where the iPod, and its smartphone cousins, already dominate the market?

Google sells out of white Glass modelupdated Tue Apr 15 2014 17:23:01

Tuesday, for the first time, Google Glass was made available to the general public. As part of the one-day-only offering, anyone in the U.S. could buy the $1,500 face-mounted computers and get a free pair of glass or sunglass frames.

Google Glass targeted as symbol by anti-tech crowdupdated Mon Apr 14 2014 18:42:19

Glass, Google's high-profile entry into the world of wearable tech, may help launch a revolution if it's released later this year as expected. But test models already on the street have begun playing a more unlikely role -- as symbols in a simmering fight over Silicon Valley's impact on the city of San Francisco.

How phones work in flightupdated Mon Apr 14 2014 18:09:19

The lack of phone calls, texts or social media postings from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has raised a number of questions about how cell phones work on airplanes. A U.S. official told CNN a cell tower in Penang, Malaysia, detected the co-pilot's cell phone searching for service before the flight vanished.

Dropbox to organize photos with new Carousel appupdated Wed Apr 09 2014 17:46:13

The boom in high-quality digital cameras in smartphones and tablets has also created an overwhelming glut of digital images scattered across devices and services.

Uber gets into delivery game with Rushupdated Tue Apr 08 2014 17:41:21

Online delivery services have a checkered history at best. But Uber, the app-oriented car service, is giving it another go.

HBO Go crashes under heavy 'Game of Thrones' demandupdated Mon Apr 07 2014 10:42:06

Winter was coming, but for many HBO Go users, it didn't arrive Sunday night as expected.

Apple's next big announcements coming in Juneupdated Thu Apr 03 2014 15:05:56

Barring a surprise, the next big round of Apple announcements are coming June 2.

New app helps you avoid your friends, exesupdated Fri Mar 21 2014 11:22:50

After moving to New York, Brian Moore could not stop running into his ex-girlfriend. There were four awkward and unplanned encounters in six months, to be exact.

'Flappy Bird' will fly back to app storesupdated Wed Mar 19 2014 16:50:14

Let the flapless among us take heart. "Flappy Bird," the now defunct mobile sensation, will one day rise like a phoenix and fling itself awkwardly into an app store near you.

Apple releases iOS 7 update for iPads and iPhonesupdated Mon Mar 10 2014 16:00:26

Apple released its latest mobile operating system update on Monday, iOS 7.1. The major upgrade packs in an assortment of bug fixes, improvements, new features and some subtle changes to the overall interface.

Go offline for 'National Day of Unplugging'updated Thu Mar 06 2014 16:37:27

Last week, 19-year-old California university student Adeline Munguia was reported missing after she stopped responding to Snapchats and texts from her roommate.

Key trends from the world's biggest mobile technology showupdated Thu Feb 27 2014 07:37:32

Mobile World Congress spans the full spectrum of untethered gadgetry, from the next generation of mobile phone networks to wireless charging technology.

Aggressive T-Mobile losing money, adding customersupdated Tue Feb 25 2014 13:31:51

T-Mobile got aggressive in 2013, positioning itself as the "UnCarrier" and actively courting customers of other mobile providers to switch.

The hottest gadgets at world's biggest mobile tech showupdated Tue Feb 25 2014 06:37:26

Mobile World Congress returned to form this year, with Samsung, Sony, and Huawei all choosing to launch flagship devices in Barcelona. These are my picks from the show:

Facebook's WhatsApp adding voice callsupdated Mon Feb 24 2014 12:58:39

WhatsApp, the globally popular texting app that Facebook just acquired for a whopping $19 billion, is adding phone calls to its list of services.

New app helps you fight parking ticketsupdated Thu Feb 20 2014 14:22:06

Few things enrage normally calm people like finding a parking ticket tucked under the windshield wiper of their car.

Facebook's $19 billion move you might not noticeupdated Thu Feb 20 2014 13:36:36

What if Facebook spent $19 billion on something and most people never noticed?

Google: How not to be a 'Glasshole'updated Wed Feb 19 2014 11:53:26

Google has heard all the concerns about Glass, its digital headset expected to hit the market by the end of the year.

Apple, Google cracking down on 'Flappy Bird' clonesupdated Mon Feb 17 2014 17:18:31

Your app store may be getting a lot less flappy.

5 tech tips for enjoying the Super Bowlupdated Thu Jan 30 2014 14:49:52

The Super Bowl has gotten so big it's outgrown the trusty old television. Today's fans can enjoy the bloated spectacle on computers, mobile devices, Twitter and more.

NFL to block mobile video streaming at Super Bowlupdated Tue Jan 28 2014 16:21:54

Smartphone usage has skyrocketed at sporting events, as anyone who's attended a recent game can tell you. Look around the stands and you'll see fans checking stats, sharing pictures on social media, or just killing time between plays.

Your smartphone could replace hotel keysupdated Tue Jan 28 2014 12:17:02

Got a smartphone? Never lose your hotel key, or even have to stop at the registration desk, again.

Apple: We're fixing the 'white screen of death'updated Thu Jan 23 2014 10:49:34

Since Apple released iOS 7, its completely revamped operating system for the iPhone, reviews have been mixed but mostly positive.

Study: Texting while walking affects your balanceupdated Wed Jan 22 2014 18:55:30

You've seen this person. Maybe you've even been this person.

South Korea spending $1.5 billion for '5G' networkupdated Wed Jan 22 2014 18:45:50

Is the era of 5G connectivity upon us? The government in South Korea says so, and it's sinking $1.5 billion into upgrades it says will make mobile communications there 1,000 times faster than they are today.

Beats Music bets on 'living, breathing' humansupdated Tue Jan 21 2014 16:50:10

Is there room for one more music-streaming service on the Web? Some music-industry heavyweights are betting the answer is "yes."

Samsung: Galaxy S5 out by April, may scan your eyesupdated Thu Jan 09 2014 13:06:00

Samsung's Galaxy S5, the next generation of its flagship smartphone, will be released by April and may include innovative eye-scanning technology.

Tips for getting started with your new mobile gadgetupdated Tue Dec 24 2013 04:16:20

If you are one of the lucky many to have received a new tablet or smartphone over the holidays, congratulations! You'll want to rip open the box and start playing right away. But before you do something potentially distracting like downloading Dots, here are some starter tips to make the most of your new device, whether it's an iPad Mini, Nexus 5 smartphone or Kindle Fire HDX.

How to protect your phone in cold weatherupdated Fri Dec 13 2013 17:26:13

Smartphones are not built for the extreme cold.

7 tips for taking better selfiesupdated Wed Dec 11 2013 21:53:38

There is no wrong way to take a selfie. The medium has grown into its own form of self-expression, and the artistic choices people make are as varied as the faces themselves.

Google Glass users fight privacy fearsupdated Tue Dec 10 2013 08:41:10

Carolyn Capern and her business partner Greg Trujillo were eating breakfast in a Panera bakery in Florida recently, each wearing Google Glasses but actually immersed in their smartphones when they were accosted by an angry stranger.

Mobile shoppers spending more from Apple devicesupdated Fri Dec 06 2013 12:09:32

Why wait in line in the freezing cold for a bargain when you can stay at home and buy the same thing while warm and comfy?

Ryan Seacrest wants to pimp your iPhoneupdated Fri Dec 06 2013 11:36:48

Steve Jobs. Bill Gates. Mark Zuckerberg.

The trouble with Apple's Touch ID fingerprint readerupdated Tue Dec 03 2013 17:33:24

Apple's fingerprint sensor, Touch ID, is the flagship feature on the iPhone 5S. But it doesn't always work the way it should.

App offers traffic navigation from celebrity voicesupdated Mon Nov 25 2013 11:58:21

If you've ever wished your GPS had a sense of humor, Waze has a solution.

Speaking out against cell service on planesupdated Fri Nov 22 2013 00:59:09

Commercial air travel is already filled with annoyances like shrinking personal space, overpriced meals and frequent delays. For many people, there's one bright spot to flying: A forced break from making, receiving and hearing phone calls.

What should become of Airplane mode?updated Thu Nov 21 2013 11:30:32

As major airlines and the Federal Aviation Administration relax their rules on using electronic devices during takeoff and landing, one important question lingers:

Sprint falls to last in Consumer Reports rankingsupdated Thu Nov 21 2013 09:08:15

Sprint tumbled to last place in this year's Consumer Reports rankings for U.S. wireless service providers, based on a survey of users.

The battle over a smartphone kill switchupdated Wed Nov 20 2013 11:20:58

For victims of smartphone theft, the ultimate justice is hitting a button that disables the device, turning it into a worthless rectangular paperweight. More importantly, the ability to disable a stolen smartphone could reduce theft for all consumers, since the resale value of the devices would plummet.

Side effect of larger smartphones: More data usageupdated Mon Nov 18 2013 18:41:14

The bigger its touchscreen, the more tempting it is to use a smartphone for watching movies, as a GPS device, or to check out the latest happenings on social media.

New iPad Mini on sale, but supplies limitedupdated Tue Nov 12 2013 11:52:04

In something of a surprise move, Apple began selling its new iPad Mini on Tuesday.

Researchers use smartphone camera to figure out PINsupdated Mon Nov 11 2013 18:55:30

Researchers have found a way to figure out what personal identification number, or PIN, someone is typing into their smartphone by using the device's built-in cameras and microphones to secretly record them.

Report: Next iPhone could have curved screenupdated Mon Nov 11 2013 10:26:33

Apple is developing iPhones with curved-glass screens and enhanced sensors that detect different levels of pressure, according to a new report.

Apple may be expanding in-store iPhone repairsupdated Thu Nov 07 2013 17:23:07

In early September my iPhone 5 fell off the roof of my Jetta wagon. The Jetta was traveling at highway speeds when it happened. I'd placed and forgotten the iPhone on the roof of the Jetta before driving off ? something I'd done repeatedly with inexplicable witlessness in the past, though I somehow managed not to lose the phone on those earlier jaunts.

Young drivers snapping 'selfies' at the wheelupdated Wed Nov 06 2013 12:14:46

Drivers are endlessly creative when it comes to finding dumb things to do while behind the wheel: eating, texting, reading a map, applying makeup.

So when's that new iPad Mini coming, anyway?updated Tue Nov 05 2013 12:58:03

Two weeks after Apple announced a new iPad Mini, shoppers looking to snap one up for the holidays -- or just for themselves -- are no closer to knowing when the tablet might hit stores.

Kindle users to get select books earlyupdated Fri Nov 01 2013 17:53:07

Bookworms eagerly awaiting the next title from their favorite author may have a new way to access those books early.

Samsung edges Apple in tablet-satisfaction surveyupdated Fri Nov 01 2013 12:20:41

Samsung tablets have edged out iPads for the first time in JD Power's biannual customer-satisfaction survey, although some observers say the results don't quite add up.

Google releases Nexus 5 phone with Kit Katupdated Thu Oct 31 2013 15:45:56

Google on Thursday released its latest candy-themed mobile operating system: Android 4.4, more deliciously known as Kit Kat.

Drive in Google Glass, get a ticketupdated Wed Oct 30 2013 17:22:33

In what might be a first, a woman in California received a traffic ticket for wearing Google Glass while driving.

Barnes & Noble unveils ultra-light Nook GlowLight e-readerupdated Wed Oct 30 2013 10:04:06

Barnes & Noble is still making digital products, and E-Ink readers are here to stay. File these two facts in your "things that may surprise you" folder.

New Google Glass is on the wayupdated Tue Oct 29 2013 13:30:35

A new version of Google Glass, the company's breakthrough entry into the world of wearable tech, is on the way.

We go hands-on with the new iPad Air and iPad Miniupdated Tue Oct 22 2013 20:08:35

There is nothing terribly surprising in Apple's refreshed line of tablets, but that's OK.

New rivals greet the iPad Airupdated Tue Oct 22 2013 18:21:20

It may have made the biggest splash, with the usual tech-world buzz that arises around any Apple product announcement. But the iPad Air wasn't the only new tablet rolled out on Tuesday.

Apple unveils lighter iPad Airupdated Tue Oct 22 2013 14:27:39

Thinner. Lighter. Faster. That's what Apple promises in its newest iPad, which also has a new name: the iPad Air.

Nokia gets into the tablet gameupdated Tue Oct 22 2013 03:37:51

Nokia is getting into the tablet business. The company announced a new 10-inch tablet called the Lumia 2520 on Tuesday at a press event in Abu Dhabi. The Windows RT device is Nokia's first full-sized tablet.

What to expect from Tuesday's Apple eventupdated Mon Oct 21 2013 18:30:48

In what is becoming an annual rite of fall, tablet makers are rushing to release a fresh selection of devices this month in time for the competitive holiday-shopping season.

Is Apple's iPhone 5C a flop?updated Thu Oct 17 2013 18:23:52

When Apple unveiled not one but two new iPhones last month, it was the dawning of a new strategy for the company, which for six years had championed its single iconic smartphone even as competitors rolled out an array of shapes, sizes and features.

Voice of Siri: How her life has changedupdated Tue Oct 15 2013 18:40:18

The day before Susan Bennett came out as the original voice of Siri in the United States, she lost her iPhone. Siriously.

Microsoft picks up student's appupdated Fri Nov 16 2012 15:03:18

Hallway, a social media site for students to collaborate and ask questions, gets picked up by microsoft for Windows 8.

Watch what makes the new iPhone goupdated Wed Sep 12 2012 17:43:06

Apple demonstrates it's new IOS 6 operating system that is the backbone of its new iPhone 5.

Apple unveils the new iPhone 5updated Wed Sep 12 2012 17:18:35

Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller walks through the new features of the company's iPhone 5 device.

Windows 8 tablet can compete with iPadupdated Fri Jun 15 2012 11:49:47

Microsoft's tablet OS can run as a desktop, making it an all-in-one machine for use at home or on the go.

App claims to repel mosquitoesupdated Thu May 31 2012 13:52:29

Smartphone users are creating a lot of buzz about an app that claims to repel mosquitoes. KENS reports.

Turn your iPhone into a walkie-talkieupdated Wed Mar 14 2012 10:13:59

Voxer CEO Tom Katis hopes to build a freemium business off of his app that brings walkie-talkie functions to smartphones.

The best of what's new in mobile phonesupdated Thu Mar 01 2012 11:54:16

The latest phones released at the 2012 Mobile World Congress include high resolution cameras and built-in projectors.

Un iPhone interrumpe un conciertoupdated Fri Jan 13 2012 09:41:45

El director de la Filarmónica de Nueva York detuvo la orquesta a mitad de concierto por el sonido de un celular.

Nook Tablet: No match for iPad or Kindleupdated Thu Nov 17 2011 16:51:18

Barnes and Noble's new Nook Tablet lacks the multimedia features of Apple's iPad and Amazon's Kindle Fire.

Kindle Fire: Good, but no iPad killerupdated Thu Nov 17 2011 15:30:08

Amazon's Kindle Fire is a solid tablet, and a relative bargain at $199. But, Apple's iPad is still ahead of the field.

How Bump's unique sharing app worksupdated Tue Nov 15 2011 14:37:59

Bump CEO David Lieb describes how his company's app is able to transfer information simply by bumping phones together.

This week's top tech newsupdated Sun Oct 16 2011 12:11:27

Tech expert Marc Saltzman joins Fredericka Whitfield to discuss the latest news in technology.

2011: Apple launches iPad 2updated Thu Oct 06 2011 12:19:06

With a surprise appearance by Steve Jobs, Apple debuts its iPad 2, the company's successful tablet computing gadget.

2010: Steve Jobs endures a network crashupdated Thu Oct 06 2011 12:18:25

In June 2010, Apple CEO Steve Jobs faced an unexpected technical glitch during a demo of the new iPhone 4.

App helps track missing petsupdated Mon Sep 05 2011 14:55:18

A former Microsoft employee creates an application that uses QR codes to track pets. KING reports.

iPhone prototype left in bar... againupdated Thu Sep 01 2011 15:19:49

According to CNET an Apple employee left a prototype of the new iPhone 5 at a bar in San Francisco.

Saving money on back-to-school computingupdated Sat Aug 06 2011 10:41:36

Digital Lifestyle Expert Mario Armstrong helps you decide if you should get a laptop or a tablet computer.

Tech companies engage in patent warsupdated Mon Jul 18 2011 10:37:59

CNN's Kristie Lu Stout explains a few major patent wars ongoing between tech companies.

App helps drivers avoid congestionupdated Fri Jul 15 2011 20:36:12

A traffic app incorporates social networking to provide up to minute conditions. CNN's Dan Simon reports.

South Korea's 'Mobile Wonderland'updated Tue Jul 05 2011 05:23:05

After already tackling the Internet, one CEO wants South Korea to be a "mobile wonderland." CNN's Paula Hancocks reports

2010: Addicted to our phones?updated Tue Jun 14 2011 10:35:39

Pew: 17% use cell phones for health info. Is that a good idea? CNN's Pete Dominick hits the street.

iCloud Q & Aupdated Mon Jun 06 2011 17:26:36

CNN's Becky Anderson helps answer viewer questions about Apple's new iCloud product.

Can an app solve parking nightmare?updated Tue May 17 2011 17:56:07

CNN's Dan Simon reports on an app that aims to find you a parking place.

Cell phones go 'kosher'updated Mon May 16 2011 00:09:36

Mobile makers hope to target Orthodox Jews with "kosher" phones. CNN's Kevin Flower reports

iPhone tracking users?updated Tue May 10 2011 05:51:25

An iPhone user's reaction to news the device collects continuous information about a customer's whereabouts.

iPhone tracking software discoveredupdated Thu Apr 21 2011 17:50:30

Wired.com's John Abell explains how iPhone software tracks users' movements and saves the data.

New PlayStation phoneupdated Thu Apr 21 2011 12:25:24

Sony Ericsson's CEO talks to CNN's Jim Boulden about the company's new PlayStation smartphone.

Smartphone tax appsupdated Fri Apr 15 2011 13:15:42

Filing your taxes last-minute? CNN's Karin Caifa tells us about some smartphone apps that can help.

Verizon debuts new iPhoneupdated Thu Apr 14 2011 11:58:17

A Verizon store in Minnesota welcomes customers interested in purchasing the new iPhone 4.

Mobile health alertsupdated Sat Apr 02 2011 12:40:16

Digital lifestyle expert Mario Armstrong talks about some phone apps that could help save your life.

App stops texting while drivingupdated Wed Mar 30 2011 11:39:01

A doctor in Idaho helped develop a smart phone app that blocks texts and calls while a car is moving. KIDK reports.

Cell phone etiquette: Better or worse?updated Fri Mar 04 2011 08:22:49

Is cell phone etiquette around the world getting better or worse?

Mobile buzz from Barcelonaupdated Mon Feb 14 2011 23:39:11

CNN's Jim Boulden explores the latest trends and news at Barcelona's Mobile World Congress.

Is the smartphone taking over?updated Thu Feb 10 2011 05:32:35

So will smartphones really lead to the death of the PC? PC Magazine's Lance Ulanoff explains.

Confession app for your iPhoneupdated Wed Feb 09 2011 05:30:05

The makers say the app isn't replacing the confessional, but it will help people with the sacrament. WCVB reports.

Smart appliances of the futureupdated Thu Jan 27 2011 19:07:11

New technology allows your appliances to "talk" to repair centers and give you tips on saving energy.

Smartphone securityupdated Thu Jan 27 2011 11:10:21

Whether you're shopping or banking, here are tips to keep information safe when using your smartphone.

Eat, text, read, sleep -- while driving?updated Wed Jan 26 2011 18:39:41

Safe Road Trains for the Environment (SARTRE) is testing a system to lets you "convoy" hands-free on the road.

Playboy for iPadupdated Fri Jan 21 2011 21:04:43

Playboy goes to the iPad uncensored and Facebook wants the world to go mobile. CNN's John Lisk reports.

Online textbooks for studentsupdated Thu Jan 13 2011 10:50:31

Canadian students may soon be getting online textbooks. Global News' Antony Robart reports.

Motorola Atrix: a transforming phoneupdated Sat Jan 08 2011 21:05:31

A dual-core smartphone that also docks as a laptop is one of Motorola's biggest show stoppers at CES 2011.

Porn installed on new tablet?updated Thu Dec 30 2010 21:40:25

A teen discovers her Coby Kyros pad had pornography installed on it. WSIL explains what happened.

Apple sued over privacyupdated Wed Dec 29 2010 19:35:54

CNN's Dan Simon reports on a lawsuit brought against Apple, accusing the company of selling personal data.

CNN launches iPad appupdated Wed Dec 15 2010 05:57:53

CNN's Michael Holmes demonstrates some of the main features of the new CNN iPad app.

CNN iPad app debutsupdated Tue Dec 14 2010 20:52:34

Offbeat reporter Pete Dominick takes a look at the new CNN iPad application with CNN's John King.

CNN launches new free iPad appupdated Tue Dec 14 2010 09:59:16

CNN's Kristie Lu Stout demonstrates some of the main features of the new CNN iPad app.

CNN app for iPadupdated Tue Dec 14 2010 09:03:50

Check out the new CNN app for iPad featuring three new ways to explore the news.

Teens' digital detoxupdated Wed Dec 08 2010 05:30:49

Students in Canada unplug themselves from cell phones, iPods and computers. Global News' Lama Nicolas reports.

Ultrasounds 'go mobile'updated Mon Nov 29 2010 17:18:50

New technology allows medical staff to "go mobile" with ultrasounds.

News Stream checks into Foursquareupdated Tue Nov 23 2010 13:04:33

CNN's Kristie Lu Stout explains mobile app Foursquare and speaks to co-founder and CEO Dennis Crowley.

Tap and pay with your cell phone?updated Thu Nov 18 2010 12:45:01

At the Web 2.0 conference, Google's CEO describes a new technology that could revolutionize the way you shop.

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