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Smarty Ring smartring challenges Pebble and other smartwatches

While big companies like Samsung and Qualcomm are trying to tackle the smartwatch market, a new company is looking into making a smaller piece of smart jewelry: a smartring. Read on for ...
by Shawn IngramDecember 12, 201314

Google Keep web app gets new design and features

A new update to the web version of Google Keep brings some new features to the service and makes it look more like the Android app. Read on for more!
by Shawn IngramDecember 11, 20139

Google Maps is key to the future of Google

While it may not garner the same amount of excitement from the general public as Android, Google Glass, or self-driving cars, Maps is arguably the biggest and most important project at ...
by Shawn IngramDecember 11, 201312

Samsung announces Galaxy J in Taiwan

Samsung officially announced the Galaxy J in Taiwan, bringing the high-end phone to a second country outside of Japan for the first time. Read on for more!
by Shawn IngramDecember 10, 20139

Qualcomm under investigation in China

Qualcomm is one of about 30 tech companies that are currently under investigation by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) of China for their business practices. But ...
by Shawn IngramDecember 9, 20138

Hangouts update fixes MMS bug

A new update to Hangouts for Android brings a number of fixes to how the app handles SMS and group messages. Some users reported trouble sending and receiving MMS messages through ...
by Shawn IngramDecember 9, 201320

HTC offers unlocked One for $0 down with financing

HTC is now offering a financing option for the unlocked HTC One for those who don’t want a carrier-locked and branded device but can’t afford to pay $600 upfront. Read on for more info!
by Shawn IngramDecember 5, 201314

How cheap is too cheap for Android?

Late in November Intel announced a partnership with HP that would bring a $99 Android tablet to Walmart stores, making HP the latest in a long line of companies to produce cheap Android ...
by Shawn IngramDecember 5, 201331

Asus Padfone Mini coming next week

Asus will likely debut a smaller, less powerful version of its smartphone/tablet hybrid PadFone next week in Taiwan. Read on for more!
by Shawn IngramDecember 5, 20137

Samsung patents rear touch control for future devices with transparent displays

Samsung was recently granted a patent for a smartphone with a transparent display with both front and back-touch. The Samsung patent takes display technology beyond ...
by Shawn IngramDecember 4, 201316
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