Review: Standout phone features, but do you need?
There's an Android phone for everyone. Need to swim with it? Get a waterproof model. Travel a lot? Get one with longer battery life.
Answers in a shake with Microsoft's Torque (w/ Video)
Gift Guide: Lots of tablet choices, oh my!
Time for a tablet? People tend to hold onto tablets longer than smartphones, so take time to weigh your options. A major consideration is what phone you or your gift recipient already has. Although it's possible ...
Square's point-of-sale service goes global
Financial services startup Square is taking aim at cash registers across the globe, making its point-of-sale software available internationally in English, Spanish, French and Japanese.
Google to developers: you can get to work on Android Auto
Gift Guide: Help your selfie with some add-on gear
Not all selfies are created equal. Some are blurry, are poorly framed or miss the action entirely because you might be scrubbing your thumb fishing for a virtual shutter button as the moment passes you by.
Magic tricks created using artificial intelligence for the first time
Researchers working on artificial intelligence at Queen Mary University of London have taught a computer to create magic tricks.
Outlook grim for US consumer tablet market as holidays draw near
The U.S. tablet market posted an 8 percent decline in revenue during the back-to-school season, leaving the once-thriving product category in a tough spot as the holidays draw near.
Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 rewards good penmanship
I'm an iPhone user, but I really admire some things about the Android phone operating system - mainly the number of handsets available.
Ara challenger suits up for modular smartphone action
Microsoft releases Office apps for iPhones, iPads
Microsoft is releasing new, beefed-up versions of its popular Office software apps for iPhones and iPads, part of the company's push to stay relevant to workers in an increasingly mobile world.
Co-creator of Android mobile software leaves Google
Google on Thursday confirmed that an executive behind leading mobile device software Android is leaving the company to create an incubator for hardware startups.
Will Apple Pay be mobile pay's kick-start?
If anyone can get us to use our smartphones as wallets, it's Apple. That's what experts think about the recent launch of Apple Pay, the first mobile wallet to work on an iPhone.
Review: Apple Pay is great, at stores that accept it
When Apple Pay launched Monday, my editors decided I needed to go shopping.