The iPhone manufacturer is buying the ability to make its own modem chips.
And that's especially true in China and India.
The popular mobile phone game is making a comeback.
Phone carriers can sell location data to third parties, and you can't opt out.
It's forced companies to adapt to the idea of handheld computers and given others a reason to exist.
Chinese smartphone makers can pump out phones at a much cheaper price than well-known U.S. competitors.
Starting next Monday, customers of Wells Fargo bank will be able to make ATM withdrawals nationwide without a card using a smartphone. The trend could spread quickly to other banks around the country as consumers grow more used to advanced banking technology. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
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The latest in mobile tech from Barcelona--via Silicon Valley.