Steve Ballmer wants everyone who ships devices running Android to pay Microsoft a licensing fee. Soon that could include companies with close ties to the Chinese government.
Wireless gadgets that weave signals between TV stations are a step closer.
Dan Hesse says such plans are possible, "as long as the usage is reasonable".
Gmail users can now make and receive calls.
For criminals who use Android smartphones, irretrievably wiping incriminating information is surprisingly easy.
A site lays bare the speed experienced by customers of different firms.
Stanford engineers argue that outmoded protocols and business rules, not technology, are why 95 percent of spectrum goes unused.
U.S. military to launch first satellite to snap and relay photos of orbital debris.
In the absence of a good Internet connection, why not use text messages to transmit data?
The company's latest device is slimmer and more powerful, and allows for video calling.