Are you an AT&T subscriber? Analysts say you may be part of a dying breed

According to a report by Cowen and Company Equity Research, the Dallas-based carrier is losing more subscribers on a quarterly basis than any other American carrier. AT&T's biggest threat is posed by T-Mobile.

Ads for Google products lord over most of its search results, study finds

Google promotes its products aggressively on its web properties. That's according to an analysis by The Wall Street Journal, which found that advertisements for Google's hardware and services appeared prominently in search results.

Weekly Rewind: Emoji freeze iPhones, Tesla taps solar power, Samsung scandals soar

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from…

Out of battery and on the go? Charge up at Japan's mobile charging stations

Japan, a nation well known for its rather wacky technological innovations (remember their robot hotel?), is now debuting something decidedly within the realm of reason: USB charging stations within public transportation.

Samsung reportedly uncovered the cause of the Galaxy Note 7's defects

Samsung's incendiary Galaxy Note 7 is officially dead. The Wall Street Journal now details the alleged cause of the Galaxy Note 7's overheating issues ahead of Samsung's official announcement.

Xiaomi's popular Redmi Note 4 phablet device is now available in India

Xiaomi's Redmi Note 4 was released in August, but now it's hitting new markets. Starting January 19, it will become available in India, where its predecessor, the Redmi Note 3, is already popular.

Three iPhones? Rumors point to modest iPhone 7S updates, big leap for iPhone 8

Apple's iPhone 7 was just released, but iPhone 7S and even iPhone 8 rumors are already heating up the internet. Here's everything you need to know about the iPhone 7S, as well as what we have heard so far about the iPhone 8.

Unicode is taking the redhead emoji problem very seriously

People have been clamoring for redhead emoji for months, and they might finally get their wish later this year. The Unicode Consortium is hard at work on a solution and will meet with Apple soon.

Sony may unveil follow-ups to Xperia X, Xperia XA at Mobile World Congress

Sony is gearing up to launch a new Xperia X and Xperia XA, its first phones of 2017. Here's everything we know about their hardware, design, nuances, availability, and pricing so far.

Google confirms Pixel audio bugs will be squashed in a future update

Pixel and Pixel XL users have been reporting static at high volumes since late last year, and it seems Google will soon deliver a solution. The company responded to customers, saying it's a software issue.

Sonos' smart speakers could one day integrate with all digital assistants

Smart speakers like the Amazon Echo and Google Home have eaten into Sonos' market, but that doesn't mean the company is holding a grudge. Newly minted Sonos CEO Patrick Spence wants Sonos' speakers to play nice with all the new digital…

FCC certification means Samsung Galaxy J7 may be coming to the U.S. after all

The Samsung Galaxy J7 was first released in 2016, and was one of Samsung's best midrange devices. Now, it looks like the phone will be getting a refresh for 2017. Here's everything we know about the upcoming phone so far.