Mobile World Congress is on its way, so we've put together all the big rumors about new smartphones and tablets from the big players in one place, including gossip about Samsung, HTC, Google, Microsoft, LG, and more.
What might the future of productivity look like? Microsoft thinks it'll include hyper-advanced digital assistants, wearables with gesture controls and touchscreens everywhere, including the walls of your office.
For photographers, videographers, designers, and other users who work with lots of large files, WD has new high-performance My Cloud network-attached storage drives designed with them in mind. In addition, there are new business models.
Google previewed its new enterprise system at Google I/O in June. Now, Android for Work is ready for any business that wants users to bring their own Android devices to work. The system sets up a separate work profile and app store.
Following a limited launch late last year, Viber, the popular messaging app, has released its new series of social games worldwide. The three titles are available right now for Android and iOS devices.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden leaked more documents to the Intercept, which reveal that the NSA and GCHQ stole millions of SIM card encryption keys. The keys give them access to calls, texts, and data sent over users' wireless networks.