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NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has come up with a concept iPhone case that can help prevent the government from finding your location.
We review the Droid editions of the Moto Z and Moto Z Force, Motorola's latest high-end Android smartphones.
Pokémon Go has made us spend more time in augmented reality than on Facebook. But we've been using our iPhones for AR for a while now.
Switching off cellular data as needed can spare your phone's battery life—and save you from overage fees.
Can you imagine an iPhone without a Home button? iOS 10 gives us a glimpse at what that future might look like.
The next iPhone may not be a drastic departure, but iOS 10 reveals how Apple is looking at the iPhone for generations to come.
A number of leading phone manufacturers, including Samsung and Motorola, 'ruggedized' some of their flagship products in an attempt to reduce screen shatters. But they overlooked another common area of display damage: scratches.
CIO.com's Al Sacco compares Samsung's popular Galaxy S7 smartphone to the new ruggedized GS7 Active and points out ways the rugged version outperforms its more delicate counterpart.
Apple will no longer directly offer interest-free loans, instead relying on carriers to provide financing.
We tried out one of Bank of America's NFC-enabled ATMs to see how quickly we could snag cash using Android Pay.
Now you can grab cash from the bank with just your smartphone.
Waterproof bag securely protects all smartphones from water, dust and dirt. Great for using during outdoor activities including boating boating and swimming.
Apple may finally get clearance to set up its stores in India, following the Indian government’s decision Monday to liberalize rules requiring local sourcing of part of the products sold in foreign-owned stores.
With the WWDC keynote over, Executive News Editor Ken Mingis, Computerworld Editor-in-Chief Scott Finnie and MultiMedia Editor Keith Shaw chew over the highlights of what Apple execs unveiled.
Two-factor authentication and other verification systems are for naught if someone can call your phone carrier and get your number transferred to them.
Facebook now converts your panoramas into '360 photos' that you can view with a VR headset.
The first smartphone to support Tango, Google's augmented reality technology, is coming later in 2016. At Lenovo World in San Francisco, the company demonstrated the phone and technology.
Lenovo has demonstrated the latest prototype of a flexible smartphone and tablet it's working on in its labs. The phone can wrap around a wrist and the tablet fold in half.
Father's day alert? This gadget has enough power to boost most passenger vehicles on the road today, as well as mobile devices and laptops.
Instagram's new redesign is not getting many hearts. Here's the real reason why app makeovers always make us cringe.
From Uber to Instagram, the surprising reason why we freak out every time an app gets a new redesign.
Continuing his bid to woo Indian customers and developers, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook on Thursday said the company was setting up a new development center for its Maps product in Hyderabad in south India.
The notion of online privacy has been greatly diminished in recent years, and just this week two new studies confirm what to many minds is already a dismal picture.
Apple's CEO Tim Cook is on his first visit to India, a market where the company's revenue has grown but its market share is still very small because of price-sensitive consumers. Here are 5 things Cook will be aiming for in India, which it sees as a potentially high growth market.
Panic mode could give iPhone users a way to protect their data when the law fails to do so.
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