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We all use our smartphones to check emails, track packages and deliveries, order tickets and book flight reservations, and more, but few of us consider how smartphones can help us rest better at night.
Yahoo is clearly differentiating its Flickr service as a serious tool to photographers that is more accessible now than ever.
A report from GL Brenchmark suggests that Samsung may be switching from processors based on UK-based ARM Holdings' designs to Intel's x86 architecture on its newest tablet
Ahead of the wireless industry's CTIA trade show, Verizon made an impressive announcement: 95 percent of the carrier's network is now blanketed with 4G LTE coverage.
In the latest Consumer Reports rankings of smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S4 flagship tops the list, besting out old favorites like the iPhone 5.
The Nokia Lumia 928 for Verizon Wireless largely functions in much of the same way as AT&T's Lumia 920, but the new flagship adds a Xenon flash that replaces the dual-LED flash of the 920.
Google Glass was the talk of San Francisco last week as geeks paraded around town with Google's latest wearable computing eyepiece at the Google I/O conference, but is the rest of America ready to embrace this new form of technology?
LG Display is showing off a concept for an unbreakable and flexible 5-inch OLED panel that could be employed in smartphones, like the company's Optimus series, in the future.
Motorola had filed for three patents for a smartwatch that may give hints to the rumored Nexus smartwatch that Google is working on, in addition to Google Glass.
Remember AT&T Mobility's old "More Bars In More Places" ads? A Samsung slate design innovation may make it easier for consumers to take more tablets to more bars, or essentially make it easier for consumers to take large 10-inch tablets to more places.
The mythical Nokia Lumia EOS smartphone that's been rumored with a 41-megapixel PureView camera sensor similar to that of the Nokia 808 has been spotted in the wild.
A new patent application from Apple seeks to improve the camera flash on an iPhone by combining multiple iPhone smartphones to give better lighting to a scene.
Smartphone owners should be more wary of their surroundings, especially in major metropolitan areas as cell phone and smartphone thefts are on the rise.
A recently uncovered Apple patent application for a contextually aware digital wallet may give hints to a more secure iPhone as a form of payment at physical retail stores.
Eight Congressmen on the Bipartisan Congressional Privacy Caucus have sent a letter to Google asking the Internet search giant to address privacy concerns and questions surrounding the use of Google Glass by June 14th.
After having its reputation tarnished by reports of suicides and poor working conditions at partner Foxconn's plants in China, Apple CEO Tim Cook is now promising that an updated Mac product will be made in the U.S.
LG already has the Optimus G on AT&T and Sprint and the smartphone-maker recently launched the AT&T-exclusive Optimus G Pro, but the newly announced Optimus GJ shows that LG is going after those with active lifestyles.
AT&T becomes the latest U.S. carrier to offer a promotion on Apple's latest iPhone 5 flagship. AT&T Mobility is now running a promotion for existing customers who own the iPhone 4S.
One of the problems with talking about the cloud is that it's this obscure concept that consumers don't really grasp. At best, many consumers think of the cloud as this mythical storage center in the universe where their files are stored and backed up.
Ahead of Google I/O, there were many rumors that Google would utilize its developer conference to set the stage to introduce the next version of the Android 4.3 operating system.
Google had updated its Play Books app for Android and iOS following the Google I/O keynote yesterday to add features to the e-book service.
A new leak confirms some of the specs that we've been hearing for Apple's second generation iPad mini launch, which is believed to be coming this fall with iOS 7 on board.
It appears that AT&T is not allowing customers to make Google Hangouts video calls, which essentially is replacing Google Talk on Android smartphones, over its 4G LTE mobile broadband network
Microsoft and Google have both been fighting a very public Cold War ever since Google announced that it won't be releasing any official apps for Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 platform and discontinued ActiveSync so Windows Phone users won't be able to synchronize contacts...
Google is redefining the mapping experience for Android, iOS, tablets, and desktops with the new introduction of Google Maps at the Google I/O developer conference.
Though Google I/O tickets had quickly sold out on the day they were made available for purchase, Android and Google fans who cannot make it to San Francisco, California or were not able to grab tickets can still catch all the fun and excitement.
BlackBerry had announced a new lower-cost BlackBerry Q5 smartphone based on the BlackBerry 10 OS as well as an initiative that will see BlackBerry Messenger go cross-platform for the first time at the BlackBerry Live conference that kicked off yesterday in Orlando, Flor...
Being the lone smartphone-maker without a tablet release, Nokia is under pressure to release a tablet.
Nokia had introduced a wireless car charging dock before, and now the company is making the dock a bit smarter thanks to built-in NFC functionality. With the wireless charging dock, users can simply attach their compatible Lumia smartphones into the car dock and not nee...
Google I/O is slated to kick off in just a few hours and the event may be the venue where Google will be unveiling a new edition of Samsung's flagship Galaxy S4 with stock Android.
This year, smartphone manufacturers are not only attempting to differentiate their camera offerings on hardware, but also on software and Nokia is the latest to do so with its recently announced Nokia 925 flagship, which floated by the code name of Catwalk in the past.
Apple is rumored to be replacing the physical home button on the next iPhone, widely believed to be called the iPhone 5S, with a Sapphire crystal capacitive touch button that hides a fingerprint sensor.
While we're still not quite sure how exactly will Google Glass be used in the future as it's still an entirely new mobile form factor and there are still not that many applications designed for the wearable computing platform, Glass will definitely be a beneficial tool ...
Archos is trying its hand at cooking by creating an Android tablet aimed directly at chefs.
The evolution of the iPhone camera since Apple debuted the original iPhone in 2007 is now being told through a series of photos comparing the image quality of each successive iPhone generation.