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AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon confirmed they will carry the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge, two new smartphones announced by Samsung on Wednesday.
Samsung became the latest major tech giant to enter the increasingly crowded virtual reality headset market on Wednesday, teaming up with Facebook's Oculus VR to announce the Galaxy VR.
All signs say Apple will introduce the iPhone 6 next week and start selling it by the end of the month. If you want to sell an old iPhone, the time is now.
The cloud can be a wonderful thing. It's a place where you can store your files then access them from any device. But it can also lead to disastrous situations.
Google X – the lab responsible for Google Glass, Google's self-driving cars and Google's smart contact lenses – has announced its latest endeavor: self-flying delivery drones.
For years, companies such as Samsung, Nokia, LG and others have sold smartphones with wireless chargers, meaning the devices can power up by simply being laid down on charging pads using components that are built into the devices.
Apple made it official: The company Thursday issued media invitations to a Sept. 9 event in Cupertino, Calif., where the company is expected to unveil the latest iPhone 6 and maybe more.