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Headphones have become a fashion statement the world over, with people sporting increasingly sophisticated or unusual models on their head.
Security researchers have recently found a vulnerability that could be used to hijack Android apps and devices, but an older issue that can have the same effect remains a significant threat nearly two years after its discovery, according to security firm Bromium.
We cruised through the first part of summer with the thermometer nicely stalled below 100 degrees.
The city of Winter Haven now offers free Wi-Fi service throughout its downtown area.
Bell Aliant reports a higher second-quarter profit of $72 million, but revenues for the regional telecom company dipped in the quarter.
In an effort to boost its operations in Japan, Nokia today announced that it has agreed to acquire part of the Panasonic's wireless networks business.
Tablet sales are "crashing," says Best Buy's CEO! IPad sales are sinking fast! Is this the beginning of the end for the tablet? Easy, there, tiger.
Canada's telecom regulator is banning wireless carriers from imposing exclusivity conditions in contracts that forced smaller firms to use more expensive roaming networks.
Manitoba Telecom Services Inc. reported a second-quarter profit of $28.8 million on Thursday, turning around a loss from the same quarter a year ago.
Thursday is National Heatstroke Prevention Day, which raises awareness about the estimated 40 child deaths each year in hot cars.
Bright House Networks released a new wireless system called "Echo" which it says can fill the gaps in Wi-Fi coverage in users' homes.
Nokia Corp. said the deal will boost the market share of its networks unit, a major provider of the next generation 4G wireless networks, particularly in the Japanese market.
Griffon Corporation today reported results for the fiscal third quarter ended Junei 1 230, 2014.
We've seen a lot of Blu-ray players that can really multitask. Yamaha is looking to pack just about every bell and whistle into its latest, the Aventage BD-A1040 .
Cellphone users in the U.S. have been fraudulently charged hundreds of millions of dollars, says a report released today by the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee.
Helsinki's airport will be the first in the world to track passengers to within feet.
Updated: Sat Aug 02, 2014 01:51 am
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