We review the new Misfit Shine, a fitness tracker that can go on your wrist, shoe, or be worn like a necklace. How does it stack up against the burgeoning masses of fitness bands?
- Pros: Gorgeous minimalist design, Waterproof, 4-6 month batter...
- Cons: Basic functionality, Limited Android support, Sparse data
Some new academic research has offered up potential solutions to the barriers currently holding augmented reality back from the mobile mainstream. Could truly useful and compelling AR apps be on the horizon? We decided to take a closer look.
Members of the English Parliament gave approval to a draft law that would bring forth a universal charger for mobile devices. The draft law is now expected to gain final approval from Europe's council of ministers.
Dubbed the first augmented reality consumer wireless eyewear, the Laster SeeThru wants to put Google Glass to shame by using AR information overlays. But it's time on Kickstarter is running out.
Good news if you're concerned about your kids running up a huge bill on the Play Store: Google has added a new option to prompt for a password every time a purchase is made, after a fresh lawsuit.
Samsung decided to expand the accessibility options of its low-end Android offering, the Galaxy Core Advance, by offering three new assistive technology accessories. The future is here!
Augmented reality apps have come a long way in the past few years, and today there are more of them available to consumers than ever before. Check out our top picks for the best augmented reality apps on the market, whether using Android or iOS.
Join us as we run through some handy Samsung Galaxy S3 tips. We take a look at security, motions and gestures, sound and display settings, how to set data limits, how to select ringtones and notifications, and lots more.
According to T-Mobile, it plans to upgrade its 2G network to 4G LTE by mid-2015, with the increased coverage courtesy of its spectrum purchase from Verizon. Even so, it couldn't help but mention Verizon's ads and their misleading nature.
A Boston hospital and a Rhode Island hospital have both developed separate programs that aim to use Google Glass to revolutionize the way doctors provide patient care. It looks like computer logins and broken eye contact might be a thing of the past.
It was originally a Nexus 5 exclusive, but you can get the Google Now Launcher for the rest of the Nexus family now, and there’s a way to install it on any Android phone. Come inside for a guide on how to snag it.
Courtesy of an eBay France seller, we get the clearest shots up to date of the All New HTC One, which HTC plans to unveil during a special event on March 25.
A security flaw in the Android version of WhatsApp allows a malicious app to access and read all of your conversations simply by giving that app the permissions it asks for when you download it.
Even though Verizon offers its Edge and More Everything plans to customers, the largest mobile network in the US still wants to sell you subsidized phones in the form of traditional two-year contracts.
A New York woman is trying to take Google to court after her son spent $66 of her money on in-app purchases. The lawsuit accuses Google of unjust enrichment and violating consumer protection laws.
The Jawbone UP24 fitness wristband can now be enjoyed by Android smartphone owners, thanks to a newly released Android app, which supports the UP24's Bluetooth syncing.
The creator of iChat has returned to his roots with Banter, a free and ephemeral chatroom service. Users can chat publicly or privately with anonymous accounts. Does it have a place in the crowded messaging service category?
At the CeBIT trade fair in Germany, UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced a partnership between the two countries to develop 5G Internet, with the UK government also investing in the Internet of Things. Movie downloads in one second? Count me in.
After months of waiting, Android users can finally enjoy the same new Pebble app store experience as iPhone owners have been in February. The new app store offers a brand new interface and plenty of apps to try
A factory fire in Anseong, South Korea could mean that production of Samsung's Galaxy S5 will be impacted. While Samsung doesn't expect delays, we could see a lower number of Galaxy S5s available in some markets.
Google has plenty to share at SXSW — Android is coming to wearable devices, Chromecast is coming to more countries, and a YouTube music service might still be coming to everyone... eventually.
Samsung has replaced its now-closed Music Hub with its new radio streaming service, Milk Music. It's free to listen to, and while there are no ads, that will only be for a limited time.
Hot off the heels of its Samsung Galaxy S5 knockoff, the Goophone S5, Goophone is at it again. This time, however, it emulates the unannounced All New HTC One with the $230 Goophone M8.
HTC has announced the Desire 310, a budget smartphone which is the company's first to use a quad-core MediaTek processor, rather than a chip from Qualcomm.
Hewlett Packard has added another new Android tablet to its growing collection. It's the drearily named HP 8 1401, and it's notable for its low price and the use of a new Allwinner A31 processor.
We review the G Pro 2, a solid new phablet from LG, but is it as good as the Galaxy Note 3 or LG’s own G Flex?
- Pros: Powerful processor, Gorgeous screen, KnockOn feature wor...
- Cons: It’s still massive, Not waterproof or extra durable, Pri...
Free Internet provider FreedomPop announced the Privacy Phone, a modified version of the Galaxy S2 that encrypts just about everything that you do. If you're interested, you can even purchase the handset with Bitcoin.
According to a patent filing recently made public, Samsung wants to put an augmented keyboard on your fingers. While this feature won't likely be implemented, a variation could be used for its rumored Google Glass competitor.