The results from the American Customer Satisfaction Index are in, and parroting a recent study by Consumer Reports, Verizon Wireless is named the front-runner with the most happy subscribers among the big four carriers.
Remember Yotaphone, the twin-display Android smartphone (color LCD in front, e-ink in back)? Today at CTIA in Las Vagas, Yota devices, the company behind the innovative handset, introduced Ruby, a sleek LTE hotspot with a small e-ink screen.
As was the case with another LG device recently, the Optimus F3 is making an appearance before going official.
CTIA 2013 seems to be dedicated to some of the lesser-known names in the US wireless industry, so it's fit that Chinese manufacturer Coolpad should take advantage of the situation to steal the show.
Last week we had lab-grown burgers; this week it's powdered pizza.
Taking a page out of Billboard's playbook, Spotify is using its listener data to determine the most popular music in a particular country.
It's just as likely that you'll know Acetrax from the video services it's behind, as from its own branded offerings.
When a "personal computer" from Sony lands at the FCC, with very little else to identify it, we have to put the pieces together ourselves.
While Flickr did seem generous by offering free users 1TB of space as long as users are willing to put up with ads, it also got rid of the much-beloved Flickr Pro option that awarded unlimited storage for only $25 a year.
After sitting in a beta phase since early April, Chrome 27 is finally seeing a wide release with its arrival on the stable track.