Reports of an Amazon smartphone are rampant. Here are 5 features the device might offer.
American researcher says he's fooled fingerprint check on Samsung's flagship Galaxy S5
Many Americans say they can't live without their electronic devices. And with daily use, items such as cellphones and keyboards can get dirty. For proof, just take a black light to them.
You don't hear as much about cellphone theft as you used to, but that doesn't mean the problem has gone away.
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Have trouble remembering to take your medicine? Try apps for personal reminders, other help
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Study finds new Samsung phone more durable than recent Android phones, but iPhone has edge
A new phone from Sprint is aimed at children between the ages of 5 and 12 and is billed as one parents can use to monitor where their children are.
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A San Francisco-based startup company is set to release a device in August that allows pet owners to watch, play and communicate with their pet through the smartphone application Petcube.
Laura Stack, president of The Productivity Pro, offers her favorite smartphone and tablet apps for the Samsung Galaxy 4S.
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New technology can enable a school to accomplish all the tasks involved in instituting a security lockdown with the press of a single button or touch of a mobile device.
The Anne Arundel County Police Department is warning parents they need to talk to their kids about sexting.
Nobody ever looks good in a bathroom mirror selfie. A new two-may mirror snaps a photo of the user at just the right time and automatically posts the selfie to Twitter.
Twitter seeks to broaden appeal with Facebook-esque redesign
It's hard to take a bad photo of the beautiful cherry blossoms, but it's difficult to take phone photos that stand out. Photographer Cedric Terrell explains how. Add your best cherry blossom photos here. (Photos courtesy of Cedric Terrell)
Federal judge overseeing smartphone patents case can't get observers to turn their phones off
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