Qualcomm's new mobile chipsets pack more features for the non-5G crowd
In other words, they're meant for most of the world.
Senator asks FTC to investigate questionable ad blocking practices (updated)
Companies may have broken the law by exempting advertisers without asking.
Study finds Grindr, OKCupid and Tinder sharing sensitive data (updated)
Twitter's ad unit has also been blamed for playing a part.
Study finds five major US carriers vulnerable to SIM-swapping tactics
The prepaid carriers granted SIM swap requests even if the caller only passed one authentication test.
Samsung will launch its rugged XCover Pro worldwide
A tough case and a replaceable battery help it survive abuse in the field.
Spectrum's exit from home security leaves people with useless tech
Customers aren't getting much in compensation, either.
Verizon will reportedly sell a 5G version of the OnePlus 8
It will come with the carrier's apps pre-installed.
Verizon is delaying its home 5G internet rollout again
It's waiting for more powerful equipment before expanding the network.
Verizon ditches cable bundles for contract-less 'Mix & Match' plans
Customers can choose only the options they want.