Google's Nexus 6 would have had a fingerprint scanner had it not been for Apple.
20 hours ago from The Independent
Motorola, acquired last year by computer maker Lenovo Group, has unveiled three smartphones for its return to China following a two-year absence from the most populous mobile phone market.
21 hours ago from Phys.org
T-Mobile, the disruptive wireless carrier that famously did away with subsidies, is now bringing them back… sort of. On Monday, T-Mobile unveiled a new program called Score that promises ...
10 hours ago from Techspot
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8 hours ago from Ubergizmo
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After appearing in an FCC filing last November, Walmart’s streaming media dongle is now available for purchase online and at select retail locations.
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Updates on the best opportunities to spot the Northern Lights in the UK are now available on a mobile phone app developed in association with scientists at Lancaster University.
17 hours ago from Phys.org
A standard PlayStation 4 console will set you back $399 at your local retailer. To grab the first of Sony's 20th Anniversary PS4s, though, you would have needed to shell out nearly $130,000 ...
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Those who have been excited for Apple HomeKit products to launch since the platform's announcement last summer will have to wait just a bit longer: it's expected that the first products will ...
Sun 25 Jan 15 from HotHardware
Ah, the sword fight. What would cinema be without it? The action movie staple is so familiar — and, at times, formulaic — that it seems you could smush them all into one. Video editor ...
Sun 25 Jan 15 from The Verge
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