Sprint and Lenovo are now offering the new IdeaPad U310 Ultrabook in a bundled wireless package that includes a FREE 3G/4G mobile hotspot device. The Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Ultrabook bundle is available and either MiFi 3G/4G mobile hotspot by Novatel…

Logitech’s new Wireless Solar Keyboard K760 ($79.99) has Bluetooth for connecting to a Mac, iPad or iPhone, and it allows you to also simultaneously pair multiple devices and quickly switch between them with the push of a button. You can..

Verizon Wireless will soon be changing the way it charges its customers for phone usage: They’ll be billed based on data usage instead of on how many phone calls they’ve made or text messages they’ve sent.

Later this month, you’ll finally have the option to buy Apple iPhones from two so-called prepaid carriers—including Virgin Mobile, which received high scores in our Ratings of cell-phone carriers. But the new options for no-contract iPhones, while offering lower monthly costs, will require paying a higher upfront cost for the phone itself

Verizon Wireless’s tiered-pricing data plans for smart phones went into effect last July, and new customers were no longer able to sign up for unlimited plans. Existing customers who had such plans were able to hang onto them—but that’s about to end, according to Verizon CFO Fran Shammo. New data we’ve obtained, though, suggests that most of Verizon’s smart-phone subscribers don’t really need unlimited data

On the eve of the CTIA Wireless mobile trade show, MasterCard—one of the leading credit-card companies behind fledgling mobile-wallet-payment systems (including Google Wallet)—announced its own service, PayPass Wallet. PayPass Wallet will work with smart phones that support wireless NFC (near-field communication) technology as well as other tablets and computing devices, to pay for products and services at store registers or over the Internet. On a smart phone, tablet, or other NFC-equipped device, you’ll be able to pay for items at the checkout counter by “bumping” your device against a terminal

Verizon today unveiled the HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE, the latest smart phone designed to run on Verizon’s ultrafast 4G LTE data network.

Now that the first 2012 TV models are available from a number of manufacturers, our engineers are hard at work putting them through their paces. There’s a fairly wide range of models being tested, from more basic models from secondary brands such as Haier, to the first 3D set we’ve tested from Sanyo (among the least expensive 3D TVs we’ve ever seen), to a fully loaded 3D flagship model from Samsung’s new ES8000 LCD series, which lets you control the TV using voice commands and gestures.

The Federal Communications Commission today launched a new ‘bill shock’ website that tracks how the major U.S. wireless carriers alert you when you’re at risk of going over your usage limits for voice, data, and text. Bill shock is the reaction you may have after finding an unexpected increase in your monthly wireless bill because you unknowingly went over your limit.

If cloud-based services , which store digital content such as music and movies on Web-based servers to allow consumers nearly ubiquitous access, are all the rage, Walmart’s new disc-to-digital program adds an interesting wrinkle. Earlier this week, I had a chance to preview Walmart’s new disc-to-digital in-store program, which officially kicks off next Monday, April 16th