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Verizon and Unions Reach Tentative Deal to End Labor Strike

Network technicians and customer service representatives in the company's Fios Internet, telephone and television services units walked off the job on April 13 after contract talks hit an impasse.

Reuters

U.S. Investigates Security of Mobile Devices

The Federal Communications Commission and Federal Trade Commission have asked mobile phone carriers and manufacturers to explain how they release security updates amid mounting concerns over security vulnerabilities.

Reuters

Soon, You May Be Able to Wirelessly Charge Your iPhone

Apple is developing wireless charging technology that could be ready by next year, according to a report.

5 Invisible Innovations Consumers Love

From micro-electromechanical systems to raspberry compounds, take a look at some of these tiny technologies that go into making today's products competitive.

From Cord-Cutting to Cuba: The Biggest Trends of 2016

A look at what's hot, what's happening and what's to come.

Carolyn Horwitz

Look Out, USB Chargers. Your Days Are Numbered.

Just as Wi-Fi killed Ethernet cables, wireless charging is poised to change everything -- from smartphones to real estate.

Michael Frank

Your Internet Signal Is Going To Be Transmitted Through Light

Next generation wi-fi, called 'li-fi,' has the potential to be 100 times faster than current data transmission.

Verizon to Start Testing 5G in 2016

The company is going to start experimenting with the upgraded tech in California and Massachusetts

Ben Berkowitz

uBeam's Wireless Technology Aims to Kill the Power Cord

With ultrasonic waves, the newest innovation in powering up charges ahead.

Michael Frank

This $30 Device Can Break Into Almost Any Keyless Door in Your Car or Home

Samy Kamkar's 'Rolljam' device can steal codes from keyless items. Sweet dreams, readers.

Steve Dent

This Phone Case Allows for Longer Battery Life by Recycling Cast-Off Energy

Nikola Labs just launched a Kickstarter project to bring this innovative phone case to the masses.

Carly Okyle