AT&T will become the largest network in the U.S. after its deal to acquire T-Mobile for $39 billion is finalized next year. How will the deal affect your mobile service and your pocket?
Matt Buchanan is a Reporter for Gizmodo.com. Buchanan tells American Morning what he thinks the deal will mean for consumers.
Apple's iPad2 is expected to be unveiled Wednesday at 1:00PM ET and rumors are swirling that Steve Jobs might make an appearance at the event.
14.8 million iPads were sold since the tablet's debut just under a year ago, but the competition in tablet computers has grown significantly since then. What will the new iPad2 have to offer that the competition from Blackberry, Motorola and LG lacks? Jonathan Geller, Founder and Editor in Chief of BoyGeniusReport.com, talks to Kiran Chetry and Ali Velshi about what to expect from the iPad2.
Michael Buckley makes his six-figure living off YouTube.
Buckley's the host, writer and producer of "What the Buck", a YouTube channel with over one million subscribers. He started posting videos for fun, but once the ad revenue started to roll in, Buckley was able to quit his day job.
Watch Ali Velshi's full interview with Michael Buckley.
After his $77,147 "Jeopardy!" win this week, Watson is getting something many Americans wish they had right now: a job.
IBM is assigning Watson to the health care industry, where they hope to develop a Watson-like version of a physician's assistant. So what does Watson's success mean for the future of artificial intelligence? American Morning's Kiran Chetry talks to Joe Brown, Features Editor of Gizmodo.com, about Watson's potential.
As technology becomes more prolific, our quality time with our loved ones seems to dwindle.
At least that was the case for Susan Maushart, living in Australia with her family in 2009. Maushart was addicted to her iPhone and her kids were hooked on video games and social media so Susan decided to pull the plug on any devices with a screen and forced her family to cleanse themselves of their tech habits.
Maushart documents her family's detox experience in her new book 'The Winter of Our Disconnect' and talks about it with American Morning's Kiran Chetry.
He's not telling us exactly why or for how long, but Steve Jobs announced Monday he will be taking a leave of absence from his duties as Apple's Chief Executive to focus on his health.
What Jobs has told us, though, is who will replace him during his leave. Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook will be the man to fill in for the tech legend. Many are worried about Apple's future without Jobs at the helm but Cook has been in this position before; Cook filled in for Jobs during two prior leaves of absence. Those past absences came with Jobs' battle with pancreatic cancer and a liver transplant. Now, many are guessing Jobs' current absence is related to his prior health problems.
T.J. Holmes talks to Leander Kahney, Editor and Publisher of CultofMac.com and Author of "Inside Steve's Brain", about what the future holds for Apple in light of Monday's announcement.