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If money is no object and you want the finest in Android smartphones, check out the Tag Heuer LINK smartphone. It's super tough and comes in a variety of finishes and coverings to match your Tag Heuer LINK watch, down to the band.
More adults in the U.S. own eReaders than tablets like the iPad 2, according to the Pew Research Center. The number of eReader owners has doubled in the past 6 months since November.
The FCC is turning up the heat on a phone company practice known as "cramming", the sudden appearance of mystery fees on phone bills.
Verizon is the changing from an unlimited data plan for $30 a month to a tiered plan, offering only 2GB of data for that price. 37 percent of mobile users in the U.S. have smartphones, so data use is climbing rapidly.
Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile have asked Google to block tethering apps from the Android Market for their subscribers to ensure that subscribers pay their fees for internet access by other devices.
Apple's newest iPhone is now available in white. The color is easy to see and easy to find if you set it down.
Amazon Kindle is doing something interesting. It's offering the Kindle for $25 less if you allow them to display special offers and ads on the device. Those ads may be less annoying than you might think and you'll have some say in the types of ads you see.
Cisco is closing its Flip Camera division, restructuring the company's consumer line to focus on its router and switching services.
Seemingly minor design changes can go a long way, as is the case with Google's new image search. The most notable upgrade is an instant scrolling option: instead of viewing a static page of thumbnail images, you can check out images as a continuous scroll