Questions After FBI Hacks iPhone & Ends Legal BattleThe legal fight pitting the Obama administration against technology giant Apple ended unexpectedly after the FBI said that it used a mysterious method without Apple's help to hack into a California mass shooter's iPhone.
Nintendo Providing Mii Time In First Mobile AppFor its inaugural lunge into the mobile gaming business, Nintendo isn't relying on bouncy plumber Mario or sword-wielding hero Link. Instead, the Japanese gaming giant is looking to its legions of cutesy avatars.
Smartphone Voices Not Always Helpful In Health CrisisIt can give you directions or find the nearest deli, but how helpful is your phone's virtual voice in a health crisis? Researchers found alarming numbers when it comes to questions about rape, suicide, depression and other health problems.
Google Offers Peek At Next Android Operating SystemGoogle is previewing the next version of its Android operating system, known as "Android N" for now, two months ahead of schedule, in an effort to get the upgraded software onto more mobile devices.
UNICEFThe United Nations Children's Fund works in more than 190 countries and territories to put children first.
Samsung Looks More Like Apple With New PhoneApple and Samsung phones, which have been looking more and more alike over the past few years, are much closer to virtual twins now with Samsung's latest Galaxy S7 device. Here's how Apple and Samsung phones stack up.
Why Some North Texans Are Bio HackingPeople are microchipping themselves like you would a pet.
Apple To Accept Broken iPhones For Trade-InApple for the first time is accepting damaged iPhones as a trade-in from people wanting to upgrade. North Texas residents can trade in their old iPhones at any of the six Apple stores in Dallas, Fort Worth, Frisco, Plano or Southlake.
WhatsApp To Drop Subscription FeesWhatsApp, a popular mobile messaging service owned by Facebook, said that it will drop its 99 cent subscription fee over the next several weeks. WhatsApp says nearly a billion people around the world use the service.
Are Unlimited Data Phone Plans Coming Back?AT&T is once again experimenting with offering unlimited data plans to smartphone customers while promoting its DIRECTV service, signaling a potential reversal of industry trends toward data caps and charges.
Gorilla Glass From Phones Coming Soon To CarsThe thin, lightweight glass on your smartphone could soon be found on your car. Gorilla Glass is used for the screens on billions of mobile phones. Now, car makers are using an automotive version to help shave weight off their vehicles.
T-Mobile Exempts Streaming Video From Some Data CapsStreaming video from Netflix, HBO and other leading services will no longer count toward data limits under T-Mobile's higher data plans. Video is among the leading uses of data on phones.