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Senior Technology Correspondent Gary Krakow was in attendance, Wednesday, when T-Mobile came to New York to brag a bit and announce a new way to change phones more than once every two years.
Nokia's latest mobile device is a 41 megapixel camera with a phone, and it's coming soon to an AT&T store near you.
TSC's Senior Tech Correspondent thinks the new, 5-in. screened Vital is well priced.
Senior Technology Correspondent Gary Krakow has been putting the new Blackberry Q10 through it's paces. It's a good device - but one that has a lot riding on its success.
Microsoft's Windows 8.1 operating system offers a faster, more fluid user experience. Gary Krakow gets a preview.
Samsung and WI-LAN have announced a renewal of their license agreement covering patents owned by WI-LAN for wireless phones, tablets and computers as well as network infrastructure equipment.
Senior Technology Correspondent Gary Krakow tried living with FreedomPop's cellular-based, wireless Internet service and believes it's could be an inexpensive option to FiOS or cable-based services.
TSC's Senior Technology Correspondent Gary Krakow explores the newest feature to come with Google's Search on Chrome - software that understand more than just the basics.
HTC's new flagship phone offers beauty and brains. But, is it enough to sway buyers from the competition - namely the new Samsung Galaxy S4?
In the 70's and 80's it was Sony Walkmen and cassettes. Recently it's been Apple iPods, iPhones and iTunes files. But the constant has always been headphones - now more popular than ever. Senior Technology Correspondent Gary Krakow reports from the NY Hi-fi Show.