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NEWS ANALYSIS: T-Mobile secured about 45 percent of the available 600 MHz spectrum with a bid of nearly $8 billion in the Federal Communications Commission auction.
DAILY VIDEO: Samsung Bixby, Apple 3D Sensing Won't Be Ready for Latest Smartphones; Google Executive Denies Systemic Pay Discrimination Against Women; Adobe Patches Vulnerabilities First Disclosed at Pwn2Own 2017; and there's more.
After nearly a decade as a committed Apple iPhone user, the Samsung Galaxy S8+ looked like it was too good of an Android handset to pass up. Here's why.
Customers of Bank of America, Discover and other financial institutions can link their bank cards to Google's mobile payment service.
DAILY VIDEO: AT&T acquiring Straight Path to bolster spectrum holdings, 5G strategy; Microsoft set to patch new zero-day Office vulnerability; Symantec links Vault 7 tools with Longhorn attacks ongoing since 2011; and there's more.
Key parts of Samsung's Bixby voice assistant and Apple's planned 3D sensing features are lagging in development, according to media and analyst reports.
Apple is working on a number of products besides the next iPhone and market chatter is focusing on an updated iPad Pro as mostly likely to appear this year.
AT&T will spend $1.6 billion to acquire Straight Path Communications, which owns a nationwide portfolio of millimeter wave wireless spectrum, including 39 GHz and 28 GHz licenses.
There are plenty of rumors circulating that Microsoft is getting ready to introduce an updated Surface Pro 2-in-1 hybrid PC this spring. Here are some improvements Microsoft should include in an updated model.
NEWS ANALYSIS: There are still plenty of reasons to believe that Apple won't stop with the release of the basic iPad model and will follow up by introducing an updated iPad Pro
TESSCO is a major reseller of wireless communication products of all kinds, and a diverse array of those products were on display at the company's annual industry conference. This slide show highlights a few of the products that were exhibited.
The Xfinity Mobile service uses Verizon's network and lets customers buy data at $12 per GB as needed or pay $65 a month for unlimited data.