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The UV sensor on Samsung’s next phablet flagship will reportedly notify users when they are in danger of damaging their skin after measuring the sun’s UV level.
The goTenna is a new device that allows you to transmit texts and GPS coordinates via radio waves, letting you to communicate with other users even when there is no cell phone service.
Very few recent iPhone 6-centric reports have been as specific as today’s slew of fishy rumors, hinting at Apple’s use of an improved 13 MP camera with Exmor sensor, larger 1,810 mAh battery and almost identical Touch ID fingerprint recognition device.
While Microsoft’s lack of interest in developing hardware (loosely) based on Android was always obvious, and the end of Nokia’s X experiment predictable, we sure didn’t expect Redmond to pull the plug so soon after the X2 unveil.
CES and Computex target different markets, and it would be foolish to consider a Chinese CES a threat to Taiwan’s flagship trade show.
LG’s decision to go with a 4.7-inch display for G2’s “miniature” flavor has been deeply excoriated, so in order to avoid further trouble, G3’s diminutive variant, which dwarfs even the G2 mini, is dubbed G3 Beat in Asia and G3 s in Europe.
Palit’s new “KalmX” line promises totally silent cards.
Sony’s upcoming flagship continues to make unofficial appearances, and the FCC certification hints at a faster launch in the US than previous Sony flagships.
The beta app will be available to a select group of users, before BBM goes live for all Windows Phone users.
The update brings a handful of new features and improvements to Nokia’s entire lineup of Windows Phone 8 handsets.
A Kickstarter campaign promises a usable and well-designed wireless charger built with sustainable materials. Is it a great idea, or is it too expensive?
A new report says that hackers are targeting departments like the Government Printing Office in hopes to find less protected secrets.
Solid earnings report comes from increased demand for PC CPUs, but growth in mobile once again proves to be non-existent.
Nano-pixels, an innovation recently developed by Oxford University, may eventually make 4K HD seem archaic.
Several senators have asked the FCC to reclassify ISPs as common carriers. This would prevent discriminatory practices among internet providers.
Despite the rise of next-gen consoles, PC gaming remains the dominant force in the industry, with a market that's worth more than twice that of consoles.
Just as we were ready to call game over on conflicting Apple iWatch speculation, with Reuters and the Wall Street Journal’s inside information almost never misfiring, a source out of Taiwan has put the rumor wheels in motion again with pretty interesting albeit fishy fresh intel.
Valve's popular early access program is making waves in the industry, and both Microsoft and Sony are considering bringing it to their next-gen consoles.
IBM maps out its new long term goal for the future: to eventually leave traditional microprocessing technologies forever.
Headcount reductions come as Microsoft works to integrate Nokia’s handset division into the company.