In a holiday season without a breakout product introduction, the real advances for mobile products are in upgrades.
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Some law firms have started using a smartphone app called Goodsnitch that allows clients to review the firm's legal services more effectively than a survey but more privately than an online review.
Mobile device case manufacturer Evutec opens up two lines of cases made of Kevlar and wood in Apple Stores.
Does the U.S. need cash to reduce the deficit or a competitive telecommunications industry? The Federal Communication Commission's next move could reveal the answer.
Fairfax Financial, the company's largest shareholder, won't buy the struggling smartphone maker outright.
FAA loosens rules on personal electronic devices. Passengers can now use their smartphones and Bose headsets throughout their flights.
Mobile recruitment is giving law grads a chance to jump off the pages of their resume and into the mobile devices of hiring partners.
The joint venture, effective Nov. 1, will integrate UnitedLex's technology into LeClairRyan's litigation and transactional practice.
Here's what you need to know if you're thinking about swapping smartphones.