Japan's Softbank, a telecom and Internet giant, is taking a 70 percent stake in Sprint for $20.1 billion. What is it thinking? Can Sprint customers expect anything from the deal?
Best Buy will reportedly match Amazon's prices this holiday season to convince buyers to purchase in stores rather than online. Can it work?
Intel's Ultrabooks make PCs slim and powerful to compete with tablets — but, so far, few are buying. Are Ultrabooks dead…or just not here yet?
T-Mobile and MetroPCS are merging to expand spectrum holdings and network coverage. What do current (and future!) customers get out of it?
It's not a household name in America, but in Russia, Yandex beats Google in search, and it's now launching its own app store and browser.
Android's "dirty USSD" exploit allows hackers to wipe your entire phone, and all you have to do is click the wrong link. Here's how it works, and how you can protect yourself.
Apple's iPhone 5 launch is the biggest in the company's history, but it's being chalked up as a "disappointment." Why?
The most-used versions of Internet Explorer are vulnerable to a new zero-day exploit, but you can protect yourself until Microsoft issues a fix.
The tale of Acer's mysteriously disappearing CloudMobile A800 sheds light on the complexity of Google's "free and open" Android ecosystem, and just how far the inner circle of its supporters can stray from it.
Now that Apple's unveiled the iPhone 5, here are some ways to make your old iPhone useful, or at least valuable.