Toss the cords! IKEA is creating furniture that charges your devices.
We depend on our cell phones for so much these days: everything from banking to keeping in touch with friends. But as we've all learned, especially in the past year, putting all that information on just one device can make it easy for hackers to access it all, too.
Consumer Reports checks out several phone charges that will never leave you out of battery.
Verizon, A-T-and-T, and T-Mobile now all offer cell-phone service without a two-year service contract. It may sound like a good deal, but Consumer Reports studied 78 options - offered by 12 different carriers -- and finds that being contract-free is not always a bargain.
The Supreme Court hunted for a middle ground Tuesday on how much authority police should have to rummage through the cellphones of people they arrest.
Find out what is going on right now that will determine how the government controls health apps.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland takes a look at apps that help you edit your photos and video.
Experts say demand for mobile data use will soon eclipse network capacity.
Not many people know, but cell phones have tracking devices that send data from our phones to cell towers every 7 seconds.