Chief Marketing Officer Frank Boulben is trying to re-energize the brand by focusing on the BlackBerry name, eschewing old standbys like Bold and Curve.
Sprint hopes an infusion of customers and bandwidth will bolster its Midwestern network.
The Defense Department will be allowed to distribute iPhones and iPads with Apple's iOS 6 to employees, though that doesn't guarantee Apple will actually receive contracts.
The company is reportedly cutting its iPad Mini display orders nearly in half as it anticipates a drawdown in demand for the tablet.
The company's market share stood at 6 percent in the fourth quarter, but jumped to 13.5 percent in Canada in the first quarter.
The Taiwanese handset maker says production capacity will ramp up in the next two months to meet "strong demand" as it sees its component supply woes ease.
The smartphone will surpass that level less than a month after its launch, getting into consumers' hands at a faster sales rate than the Galaxy S3, says a top exec.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers a reader advice on whether the new "pure" Google Android version of the Galaxy S4 is worth the added price.
Paul Otellini, who retired as the chip giant's CEO on Thursday, tells The Atlantic that he didn't do what it takes for Intel to be in Apple's initial smartphone.
Several congressional members send a letter to Google CEO Larry Page about concerns such as whether Google will use facial recognition technology with Glass.
Several new apps, including Facebook, Twitter, and Evernote, are now available for Google Glass.
The app allows users to upload photos from Google's computing eyewear directly to their Facebook timelines.
After a BBC consumer affairs show investigates complaints that the 16GB phone actually gives consumers just half that amount, Samsung says it is "reviewing the possibility" of freeing up more space.
That's the word from research firm IDC and App Annie, which released a study that found that App Store spending is easily outpacing gaming handhelds.
The new Lumia smartphone is available from Verizon Wireless for $99 with the usual two-year contract.
"Suits" and "Covert Affairs" from USA Network are also available, while NBC's "Hannibal" and Syfy's "Defiance" will be come at a later date.
Google's mobile OS was the dominant platform on Millennial Media's mobile network last quarter, though Apple was the top device maker.
In response to Google's cease-and-desist letter alleging terms-of-service violations, Microsoft says all it needs from Google is "access to the necessary APIs" to create ad support.
Microsoft's mobile OS surpassed BlackBerry in smartphone shipments and market share during the first quarter of 2013, says IDC.
The special Google version of Samsung's phone isn't likely to be a big seller, but there are other reasons to offer it.
The person who downloaded the 50 billionth app will receive a $10,000 App Store gift card, and the 50 people who downloaded apps right after that each will claim a $500 gift card.
Larry Page, CEO of the online giant, says instead of focusing on negativity and always having to win, companies should be doing more to advance the Web and technology.
The company's new education initiative takes a page from Apple's book and focuses on incorporating tablets into schools.
CNET checks out the cool new features of the custom Bentley Continental GTC, enabled by a BlackBerry 10 phone.
Google's new look for Google Play will also help people find apps easier, the company says.
Google, which is hosting its developers conference, also says Google Play has passed 48 billion app installations.
The Korean handset maker earned $5.1 billion of the $5.3 billion in global profits last quarter, says research firm Strategy Analytics.
A leak tips off security enhancements in the Android update expected to be unveiled at Google I/O.
That's the word from NPD Group, which noted an increase from the same period a year ago when 21 percent of purchased smartphones were prepaid.
If Google is allowed to go after specific neighborhoods and homes in Austin, Texas, AT&T says it should be able to snag the same terms and conditions for its own fiber-optic deployment.