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Archos may not be the first name that comes to mind when thinking about buying a smartphone and yet they persistently seem intent on making their mark on the market.
At this point, we've already talked about the major features that Google added to Android with its new Lollipop release — the new Material Design user interface, the battery-saving features that have been added thanks to Project Volta and actionable notifications that appear on your lock screen.
The Android version of the SwiftKey virtual keyboard now has two more themes to purchase that are inspired by the Material Design guidelines set up by Google for its new Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system.
Can you smell that? It's the aroma of game lovers' tears everywhere as they realize their bank accounts likely can't sustain buying every title coming out in the annual deluge of fall video game releases.
Michael Skrepnick it seems like everywhere scientists look, they're finding dinosaurs. A new species is emerging at the astounding pace of one per week.
Each week, our friends at Backerjack bring us updates on some of the most successful gadget crowdfunding campaigns.
If you have updated your iPhone or iPad to iOS 8, and your Mac to OS X Yosemite, then you’re ready for Apple’s iCloud Drive. But what is it, and why should use it?
Survival skills can save your life in an emergency. Prepare yourself for not having access to clean water by learning to distill dirty water.
Lifetime’s original Lizzie Borden TV movie, Lizzie Borden Took an Ax, was a bit of an odd duck—it had the wacky weirdness you’d expect from a made-for-TV Lifetime movie, but it was actually much better, quality-wise, than I had anticipated.
Social scheduling tool Buffer has today updated its iOS app with new tools to make sharing easier across social networks, as well as an optimized version for iPads.
This is a bit of a surprise, but AT&T is picking up the year-old Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7-inch tablet and will start selling it tomorrow in stores and online.
The first iPad Air 2 benchmarks suggested earlier this week that Apple’s latest flagship tablet is even more powerful than initially believed, even though it didn’t manage to outscore the Surface Pro 3, Microsoft’s tablet/laptop 2-in-1 device.
After 9/11 the US set about enacting, mere days later, the provisions of the hard-hitting Patriot Act that has since become the bane of existence for privacy critics.
It’s been two months since Foursquare relaunched, and things aren’t looking good. App usage and downloads are down.
Security has become one of the major factors in online usage of all hardware that can access the Internet.
The developers of Ubuntu release new builds of one of the most popular GNU/Linux distributions every six months.
Etsy just released a card reader. It works just like all of the other card readers out there, except it's orange and only works with Etsy purchases.
So we’ve taken a look at Qi Wireless Chargers in the past. We’ve had a few from TYLT, as well as Anker and Incipio.
Almost two months after we first laid eyes on it at IFA 2013, the LG G Watch R is finally ready to go on sale.
Pebble has finally begun teasing its next smartwatch ahead of an official unveiling next year, and according to Pebble evangelist Myriam Joire, it’s going to deliver “more everything.” It won’t only be prettier than its predecessors, but thinner, too — and it’ll offer a whole new level of customization.