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Is your phone listening to you?
Marketplace reporter Jack Stewart is trying to find out and needs your help.
Are super expensive new cellphones worth the price?
Wednesday, Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy Fold, which will arrive in April and start at $1,980.
A growing number of travel businesses ask people to ditch their cellphones
It's about being present in the moment.
Blackberry users don't care what analysts say
Mock it all you want. Blackberry has staying power.
Sprint and T-Mobile have to sell $26.5 billion deal to antitrust cops
A merger between the two companies could mean higher prices for you.
To send or not to send the emergency alert
Limitations mean officials have to be judicious with the warnings they send to phones.
iPhones are getting a bunch of new Emojis today
There's a barfing face!
The FCC wants to move the U.S. to 5G. Here's what that means.
The Federal Communications Commission just wrapped up a public comment period on 5G
Using a cell phone while trapped on a plane (yes, seriously)
This week's sign that the apocalypse is upon us.
The end of area codes: Why (212) won't mean anything
The FCC may allow Internet phone providers to assign any area code regardless of the customer’s actual geographic location. Do area codes still matter? How has our relationship with area codes evolved?