LG has released a match-three game designed to be played on the new G3 smartphone, but rather than use the big Quad HD screen, Puppy Pop is played through the QuickCircle folder case's round window.
Definitely an efficient way to attract the attention of the police, yet another criminal thought it would be a brilliant idea to post pictures of herself featuring items stolen from a local store.
Vapshot, maker of the vaporized liquor dispenser of the same name, has just released a miniaturized version of its flagship product designed to be used at home
Huawei’s Ascend P7 is a well-designed smartphone with a premium feel and mid-range specs. It takes after the iPhone’s looks, but how well does its performance compare?
OnePlus will be handing out 5,000 invites to purchase the One through its 'Blizzard of Invites' promotion. Winners will be contacted within three days of the promotion's end.
Paradigm's wall-mountable Millenia LP 2 and its larger sibling, the Millenia XL, are designed to snuggle up nicely with that big ole' lonely flat-panel in your living room and take over audio duties.
Samsung's second major smartphone release of 2014 is expected to be the Galaxy Note 4, and it could be made official around September. There's still some time to go, but that doesn't mean we haven't heard anything about it.
Originally slated for release on October 7, BioWare announced today that it is delaying Dragon Age: Inquisition to November 18 in North America and November 21 in the EU.
To create a difficult "bullet time" effect for a documentary on bungee surfing, a Swiss TV production company used an elaborate setup that involved 50 Canon DSLRs and lenses.
Amazon debuted its Wallet app on the Appstore and Google Play Store. Amazon Wallet supports gift cards and rewards cards from almost 70 retailers, including many popular ones.
Publisher Electronic Arts pushes the previously planned October 2014 release date for Battlefield: Hardline into 'early 2015,' based on feedback from the recent beta.
A new round of email-based attacks originating from Nigeria employ tainted attachments that can wreak havoc on your life; if you open them.
A company called Impervious can make your smartphone water-resistant, so long as you cough up at least $30. Waterproofing kits, which go for $40, are only available for the iPhone.