Microsoft's new boss was the chief cheerleader at the company's Build developer conference. There was a lot to cheer.
Microsoft has reportedly purchased intellectual property from a company specializing in "emerging and disruptive technologies."
Apple reportedly taps three companies to manufacture the touchscreens for its upcoming iPhone 6 models.
Google wants to make the sure people know that Android is behind most of the world's popular smartphones.
BlackBerry's fourth-quarter loss is narrower than expected. John Chen says the company is on the 'right path.'
New research predicts this will be a great year for smartphones, a good year for tablets and a not-so-bad year for PCs.
HTC's redesigned One (M8) Android smartphone is a winner. But there's a lot of competition about to be released as well.
HTC announces its next-generation One M8 Android smartphone with new features designed to compete with Samsung's Galaxy S5 and others.
Asian regulators are working on final approval of Microsoft's purchase of Nokia's mobile device division.
The White House is reportedly testing at least two Android smartphones to replace the President's beloved "Crackberry".