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  • Leaked schematics lead to slick iPhone 6 renders

    18 April 2014, 11:39 am by: Ryan Whitwam

    Apple has a well-established tick-tock update cycle for the iPhone at this point. Ever other year we see a big refresh, with the others bringing a spec bump and small tweaks. Having just […]
  • NASA is using Google’s Project Tango to put flying robots on ISS

    18 April 2014, 10:49 am by: Russell Holly

    NASA has been working on a robotic platform that can fly around in zero gravity on the International Space Station to help out the astronauts or even perform basic maintenance. The platform is […]
  • Samsung Galaxy S5 video user guide

    17 April 2014, 4:18 pm by: Sal Cangeloso

    Samsung’s new Galaxy S5 is an impressive Android phone that packs in a ton of features. And, unlike so much of what Samsung crammed into the Galaxy S4, the GS5 has a lot […]
  • Chrome Remote app for Android lets you control your PC on the go

    17 April 2014, 12:30 pm by: Lee Mathews

    Google has done it again. They’ve released yet another awesome free app that offers the same kind of functionality you find in some seriously expensive ones: Chrome Remote Desktop for Android. To use […]
  • Google offers $100,000 prize for the best Project Ara module

    17 April 2014, 11:28 am by: Lee Mathews

    Next January, you just might be able to buy the Project Ara base for just $50. It’ll come without any modules at that price, but you should have plenty of exciting options to […]
  • Smartphone kill switch coming to US in 2015 to reduce device thefts

    17 April 2014, 10:31 am by: Lee Mathews

    Smartphone theft is a huge problem right now. Last year, the total number of incidents doubled to nearly 3.1 million. One thing that would help keep that number from rising again is an […]
  • iPhone 6 battery image leaks, suggests larger handset

    17 April 2014, 8:31 am by: Matthew Humphries

    At this rate the iPhone 6 is looking likely to have more leaks pre-release than the iPhone 5 smartphones. A few days ago CAD renders, a detailed technical schematic, and the phone manufacturing […]
  • Teardown looks inside Google’s Project Tango 3D mapping phone

    17 April 2014, 8:00 am by: Russell Holly

    One of Google’s many ATAP projects was recently put under the iFixit scalpel, revealing a simple phone with lots of interesting hardware inside. There’s no shortage of technology out there geared towards the […]
  • Google Camera hits the Play Store, which means Photospheres for all

    16 April 2014, 2:38 pm by: Russell Holly

    Following the trend of releasing what are normally considered system level apps to the Google Play Store, the stock Android camera is now available to install on most Android phones. While it’s a […]
  • Modder beats F2P business model by enslaving Lego robot

    16 April 2014, 1:27 pm by: James Plafke

    It’s no secret that we are now living in the age of the free-to-play business model. It’s more the norm than the outlier at this point, and it occasionally feels strange that we’re […]
  • Samsung exec: Tizen phone finally hitting shelves this summer

    16 April 2014, 10:26 am by: Russell Holly

    After being shut down last year by DoCoMo and Orange, Samsung is finally ready to launch a Tizen phone. Samsung’s own mobile OS has been struggling to enter the market in any serious […]
  • Google’s Project Ara could be on sale in January 2015 for $50

    16 April 2014, 9:32 am by: Ryan Whitwam

    If Google can get Ara on the market for $50 in less than a year, that would be an impressive first step.
  • Cortana’s Easter Eggs include Clippy, Master Chief, and Steve Ballmer

    16 April 2014, 9:00 am by: Russell Holly

    Microsoft is still hard at work making sure Cortana is ready to leave beta status on time, but they still took a little time out of their busy schedules to stuff the clever […]
  • Galaxy S5 fingerprint scanner can be fooled just like the iPhone 5S

    16 April 2014, 8:31 am by: Lee Mathews

    A word of warning to those of you who purchase a Samsung Galaxy S5: your cool new phone’s fingerprint scanner might be a big convenience, but it’s not actually a great way to […]
  • Should you upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy S5?

    15 April 2014, 2:30 pm by: Ryan Whitwam

    The Galaxy S5 is a very good phone, possibly even the best Android phone money can buy right now. Does it warrant an upgrade, though? Samsung didn’t do anything terribly unexpected with the […]
  • What to expect from an Amazon smartphone

    15 April 2014, 1:44 pm by: Russell Holly

    We’ve heard about at least one smartphone being made by Amazon for years now, but there has never been an announcement to follow those (numerous) leaks and rumors. Amazon has everything needed to […]
  • Apple granted patent for indoor location tracking

    15 April 2014, 11:00 am by: Lee Mathews

    The stage is set for the next big Apple-Google throwdown: indoor location tracking. Apple has just been granted yet another seemingly obvious patent, this time for tracking a device’s location using WiFi access […]
  • Google Glass update arrives hours before it goes on sale, removes video chat

    15 April 2014, 8:02 am by: Russell Holly

    It was made clear a month ago that there was a huge update heading to Google Glass, but there was no real indicator as to when that update was coming. Now, just before […]
  • The future of Microsoft mobile: Windows Phone 8.1 and Cortana

    14 April 2014, 3:55 pm by: Russell Holly

    Microsoft has labeled the next update to Windows Phone a “.1″ update, but after using it there’s no way that is an accurate description of what is happening here. Windows Phone 8.1 feels […]
  • Quixter demonstrates how your palm can replace a credit card

    14 April 2014, 11:10 am by: Matthew Humphries

    Paying for stuff typically involves getting a credit or debit card out of your wallet, inserting it into a machine, waiting for a prompt, entering a 4-digit code, and then putting the card […]

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