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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Nokia Chairman Risto Siilasmaa shake on the $7 billion deal.

Elop in July: It’s “Hard to Understand the Rationale” for Selling Nokia’s Devices Business

July: “That possibility to be successful is there.” September: “We need more combined muscle to truly break through with consumers.”

SmartThings, the “Internet of Things” Company That Connects the Gadgets in Your Home, Launches Its Own Store

In its new online shop, SmartThings will sell its own products and devices from companies like GE and Schlage.

T-Mobile’s New “Jump” Ads Show SNL’s Bill Hader in Desperate Need of a New Phone

It’s not “Stefon,” but it’ll do.

Who’s at D: HTC President Jason Mackenzie on the HTC One, the “Facebook Phone,” and Regaining Lost Ground (Video)

HTC’s president of global says insists it’s not run-for-the-exits time at HTC.

Top Techies Weigh In on “Next Big Thing” at D11 (Video)

Drones, Google Glass and wearable devices are just a few.

Coming Soon From Google: A $649 Samsung Galaxy S4 Running Stock Android

The unlocked phone will cost $649, and will go on sale June 26.

Facebook Wants to Bring Its Home to the World

Facebook’s mobile overlay for Android will get its international release Tuesday.

PC Sales Shrink, Tablets and Phones Dominate in Four-Year Tech Forecast

More declines seen for PCs.

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Roku Adds Handy Search Tool to TV Set-Top Devices

Searching for movies and music on your Roku box just got a little less painful: The California-based maker of set-top boxes that stream Web content to TVs just added a search tool to its platform. Roku users can now search for movies, shows, actors and directors on apps for Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus, Crackle, VUDU and HBO GO. The new search tool works with Roku 2, Roku LT, new Roku HD players and the Roku Streaming Stick, and works with compatible mobile apps, as well.

Roku Plays Nice With Cable Guys

Time Not On Nokia's Side

It's Business Time for Apple's iPad