Comcast announced a pilot program to bring low-cost Internet service to public housing residents in Miami-Dade County, Nashville, Philadelphia and Seattle.
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AT&T engineered an unusual low-power antenna system inside a radio quiet zone at a snow resort in rural West Virginia, giving thousands of daily smartphone users network access for the first time.
Now that Apple has announced the smaller 4-in. iPhone SE starting at $399 (16GB), smartphone competitors like Samsung are sure to sit up and take notice.
Cryptography researchers at MIT and Harvard have developed software called Sieve that is designed to help users keep track of encrypted personal data and better manage it in the cloud.
Messaging services on Android devices get dinged by some users for being complex and too fragmented, at least when compared to the universal app approach with Apple iMessage on iOS devices.
In an unusual confluence of events, all three branches of the federal government are weighing changes that would affect when and how personal data is accessed.
The issue is whether the lab tested the phones according to what Samsung actually promised, which is 1 meter and not the five feet of water used in the test.
LG announced today that its LG G5smartphone is coming to the U.S. in early April. And tomorrow, Samsung's Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones go on sale.
Polling technology still relies on surveys of voters that use landline phones, instead of voters -- primarily younger -- who rely entirely on smartphones.
The goal is to allow around 5.5 million more low-income Americans to receive both broadband and voice assistance.
Detachable tablet devices -- otherwise known as 2-in-1's -- have become the latest rage in computing.
The wares support the kind of speed needed for allowing video collaboration and other latency-sensitive services on a network.
The nation's most populous metro areas -- New York and Los Angeles -- again finished below average in the latest RootMetrics test of mobile network performance.
The two carriers are directly affected by any outcome affecting encryption policy that could come from the nation's courts or Congress.
A research firm reported a decline of 6% in smartphone sales, as measured in dollars, in the U.S. and all of North America in the fourth quarter of 2015. It is the first decline since early 2012.
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