Having problems with your LG G3? Try these 14 bug fixes

What’s the matter with your LG G3? Problems, glitches, and bugs can drag you down, but we’ve got the potential fixes to lift you up again. Step inside for a look at some common problems and what to do about them.


Fan-made trailer for Marvel vs DC movie is the most epic crossover we’ll never see

A fan-made trailer for a Marvel vs DC Comics crossover movie offers an impressive look at what would happen if big-screen superheroes' worlds merged.

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Samsung’s Z1 Tizen phone may finally launch on January 18

After the December launch date was abandoned, Samsung may now announce the first smartphone using its Tizen OS in mid-January. A new leak confirms many of the specs, and adds a few new ones to the mix.


Uber ceases illegal Portland pickups for 3 months while city rethinks laws

Today, Uber has announced through an agreement with the city that they'll be suspending pickups within city limits for the next three months while they rework the code.


Dr. Evil asks Sony and North Korea to stop giving evil a bad name

Mike Myers brings back his Austin Powers villain Dr. Evil during SNL to ask Sony Pictures and North Korea to stop giving evil organizations a bad name .

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Turn your selfies into ads for clothes, make some money

A new "selfies for money" app, Stylinity allows you to upload phone pics of fashion items to their site. If someone buys the items from your selfie, then you get redeemable points, cash, or products.


Meizu to launch new smartphone brand on December 23, ready to battle Xiaomi

Chinese smartphone brand Meizu is holding an event on December 23 where it'll reveal a new brand, believed to be called Blue Charm, ready to take on the growing might of Xiaomi.


Another one bites the dust: T-Mobile pays $90M fine over cramming charges

T-Mobile paid a $90 million fine for cramming charges to the FTC in late December. The Uncarrier is the latest wireless provider to reimburse customers for unauthorized charges at the behest of the FTC.


Sony determined to release The Interview, currently ‘exploring options’

Following last week's announcement that it had "no further release plans" for The Interview after theaters canceled screenings in response to threats of violence, Sony Pictures now says it's "exploring options" for its distribution.

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Asus teases new Zenfone for CES 2015, with dual-LED flash and other mystery features

Asus has posted a teaser video on its official Facebook page, hinting at least one new Zenfone model will be introduced at CES 2015. The footage shows an unusual rear panel on the phone.


From graphene to flexible displays, this tech could revolutionize wearables

Today’s wearables are fairly simple and often cumbersome, but a host of new technologies, from graphene to flexible displays, could change the way they look, feel, and work.


Google releases Android One in new countries with new phone to celebrate

Following the launch of Android One in India, Google has announced three new countries will be getting the budget hardware over the coming weeks, along with the release of another smartphone.


Google offers views of festive store window displays in NY City and beyond

Holiday window shopping just got a whole lot more comfortable after Google's Business View service rolled out images of festive displays at some of the world's most famous department stores, Macy's and Bloomingdale's among them.