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Gift Guide: Lots of tablet choices, oh my!

For heads of state, a iPhone or Blackberry can be a trap

The Finish Line: What the bombing was like

Review: HTC One impresses but software disappoints

Beyonce, LeBron James most powerful celebrities: Forbes

Apple may accelerate push on mobile payments

Chic 'protesters' take Boulevard Chanel at Fashion Week

Google shares hit as profit dips

Samsung Electronics tips second-quarter pickup, smartphone challenge looms

KKR banks on Bisignano to revive first data with Apple deal

Samsung, BlackBerry speed arrivals of new smartphones

Review: Button location sets LG's G2 apart

Eyes on Apple for new iPads at US event

Ex-Soviet hackers play outsized role in cyber crime world

Apple shares up after Samsung reveals new phone

Samsung 4Q profits top forecasts on Galaxy sales

Review: Refinements add up in new Mac system

In world's biggest market, 'cheap' iPhone looks too pricey

Pakistan's gaming industry breaks culture barriers

Samsung Electronics faces falling profits as succession looms

Review: Office for iPad is pretty and functional

SoftBank's first Sony smartphone deal takes aim at U.S. market

Perth's first automatic telephone exchange turns 100

Isaac threatens Fla. Keys, northern Gulf Coast

In fall Apple season, rival phone makers struggle

NJ Gov. Christie blasts fellow Republican Boehner

Insight: At Apple, Tim Cook leads a quiet cultural revolution

Apple's next big thing may be lower-priced iPhone

Review: Gear watch has potential, but falls short

Police say rebel attacks kill 10 in Indian Kashmir

How the Galaxy S 4 stacks up against iPhone, S III

New Samsung Galaxy Makes Big Smartphone Splash

New Samsung phone to face stronger competition

Teen stunned at portrayal as Mass. bombing suspect

Obama: Gov't records sweep not targeting Americans

Apple's 3Q earnings sag, but top Street estimates

Judge rejects Apple's patent award demands

In Cuba, clock ticking just a bit faster for some

US admiral warns no China hotline in case of crisis

Samsung Electronics tips second quarter pickup, smartphone challenge looms

China's ZTE bets on high-end phones to lift 2015 shipments by a third