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One of the cool features of the PlayStation 4 would be its remote play feature that basically lets you play games from the PS4 console on another device, like the PS Vita for example.
Being able to modify anything in Windows Phone isn’t really something easy, but then again, that doesn’t apply to the lock screen.
If someone asks you to name a Google X Labs moonshot, you'd probably say Glass, self-driving car or maybe even Project Loon.
Against all odds, the Gear VR turned out to be an incredibly cool accessory. Unfortunately, unless you own a Galaxy Note 4, you aren't able to use one, but according to SamMobile, that's going to change.
If you store a lot of documents in iCloud Drive, and you're on a limited data plan, you may not want apps moving large files around unless you're on Wi-Fi.
It was not too long ago that we brought you word that Chase Bank would no longer support the Windows Phone mobile operating system, and when you see one of the market leaders make a move, what will the rest of the industry do?
Do bear in mind that this might be a limited beta at the moment, and will not be made available to just about everyone at the moment, but at least it will appease some of the masses who were not too happy that BBM on iOS has already obtained landscape support.
U.S. Senators Barbara Boxer and Rand Paul on Thursday announced the "Invest in Transportation Act of 2015," a proposal that would allow companies such as Apple to bring foreign cash reserves back to the U.S.
The LG G4 has had its fair share of drama and rumors surrounding it, will it or will it not be revealed at Mobile World Congress at the beginning of March this year just happens to be one of them, and we have already answered that question recently.
There’s nothing better than a little nostalgic music, right? Retrojam, a free website, generates a nice visual timeline of popular music from your childhood from just your birth date.
Not content with the thousands of identified species of real-world dinosaurs, beasts that grew so huge, with claws so sharp and teeth so long that their collective name literally means "terrible lizard," the makers of the upcoming Jurassic World decided to make a new monster.
GUEST: Singapore has aspirations to become the world’s first “smart nation” and extended a $200 million fund to U.S.
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Microsoft hasn’t found the amount of success it wanted to see in mobile. Windows Phone is still just 3% of the mobile market, and even with its moves in acquiring Nokia’s mobile division, the company is still struggling to re-invent itself internally.
It was just last week that we brought you word on how the Yu Yureka, a smartphone from the folks over at Micromax that will run on the Cyanogen operating system, was sold out in a matter of just seconds over in the world’s second most populous country, India.
It is more or less a given that a piece of hardware or a particular software should not remain as it is for all time – it will surely get outdated, and in order to maintain interest and grow your market share, it would be wise to ensure that new features and capabilities are introduced to it from time to time.
Just about everyone knows that there will be a new flagship device from Sony arriving later this year, and it will no doubt continue from where the Sony Xperia Z series left off – which would mean the latest model number would be known as the Sony Xperia Z4.
If you have a late-model Samsung phone on US Cellular, odds are pretty good that there's a software update waiting for you.
Back in 2012, Google took the wraps off their Google Glass wearable. For a moment there it looked like it be the next big thing, but unfortunately the product took too long to reach the market, not to mention its asking price to be part of the Explorer program was too prohibitive for most people, which is why it didn’t exactly come as a shock to see Google shutting the Explorer program down.
While using pirate software is wrong and illegal, we guess it is understandable that for individual users, paying hundreds if not thousands of dollars for a single piece of software does seem a bit expensive, but for companies to use pirated software?