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Avoiding 'bill shock' in an international business environment
Pitching Toshiba's Excite 10 SE tablet against HP's EliteBook Folio 9470m Ultrabook
Location has become a new battleground for mobile vendors
Mobile payments on their own are not enough to drive adoption of the technology
Lower-cost models will open up the global market
Samsung KNOX and BlackBerry BES and Balance prepare for battle. May the best cross-platform solution win
Near field communication could piggyback on to high-end smartphones when manufacturers add wireless charging features
A look at some of the key points made by Dotcom during the press conference at his mansion
For the first time in what seems like forever, Microsoft's ubiquitous centerpiece booth and opening night keynote are missing from CES.
Products from Sony, Huawei and ZTE show where the smartphone market could be heading
Here's an early look at some tech trends and hot products to watch for during the massive trade show.
Twitter's 2012 recap uses "both data and editorial signals" to showcase some of the year's most memorable moments and people, according to Twitter Editorial Director Karen Wickre
iFixit gives new 21.5-inch iMac low repair score of 3 out of 10
2013 is shaping up as a kick-off year for small cells, according to analyst
Think&Go lets shoppers fill their baskets using an NFC-enabled phone
The only way 24 staff can run the system
Blackberry also appears to be embracing the BYOD trend with plans to make Balance available on Android and iOS
Apigee CEO extolls the virtues of an open digital ecosystem for business innovation
The new Q10 and Z10 should stem the tide of defecting users, but may be too late to win over most consumers
Disrupting the status quo is a delicate matter, says Jay Hallberg
Here's a look at what you should know before the BlackBerry 10 mobile OS launch event on January 30
Intel makes only incremental smartphone chip improvements, while Nvidia and Qualcomm made power and performance improvements on ARM chips
Can the Ultrabook bounce back, or will ultra-thin laptops be squeezed out of the PC market?
The iPhone isn't that great and the Android OS is woefully insecure. Come January 30, if mobile users take a hard look at their devices and then look at the new BlackBerry 10, RIM could be in for a windfall
Analysts say smartphone vendors building their own chipsets will result in more competition in the low-end and cheaper smartphones