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The new Apple Watch will have to compete with popular devices from a number of international manufacturers.
Its top-of-the-line, tri-band, 802.11ac design makes every connected device in the house noticeably faster.
BlackBerry announced a new candybar design and a future "slider" model, but new hardware may not be enough to return the company to relevance in the smartphone business.
Smartphone sales had a record year, and Apple led the way in the fourth quarter, thanks to huge demand for its new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models.
Samsung, HTC, Microsoft and Sony announce new smartphones at the 2015 Mobile World Congress, Xiaomi stuns with a GoPro camera rival, and microSD memory cards hit a new milestone.
The mobile equipment manufacturer says Apple has infringed upon dozens of its technology patents.
The first Motorola smartphone to be released in the U.S. since Lenovo bought Motorola from Google last year delivers quality you'd expect from a much more expensive device.
Waffle House is getting into the shipping business, teaming up with local start-up Roadie.com and offering drivers free waffles, drinks and a neighborhood "hub" for picking up and delivering packages.
Juniper Research looks into the not-too-distant future and sees disruptive technologies in almost everything, mainly in consumer products.
Sprint, the nation's No. 3 cell phone carrier, is now offering a family plan deal with more data, on more phones, at a lower price, than AT&T, Verizon or T-Mobile.