BlackBerry isn't dead yet! The company may be readying three new Android smartphones for release later this year. Here's everything we know about the devices, what they look like, and what they can do.
If you’re looking for a really rugged case for your smartphone, where should you be looking? We delve into the tests that some of biggest case manufacturers conduct to find out which one makes the toughest cases.
Google has announced a number of updates to Docs, Calendar, and Drive that use artificial intelligence to improve overall workflow. For example, Docs and Slides will now be getting the Explore feature that was available in Sheets last year.
BlackBerry may be done developing its own hardware, but that doesn't mean that it's is completely done with smartphones, or the physical keyboard. According CEO John Chen, the company will be releasing a phone with a QWERTY keyboard soon.
Using Google Maps while driving is about to get a whole lot safer -- Google has updated the app with support for hands-free voice controls, meaning you'll be able to ask Google for things without taking your hands off the wheel.
Alto, the email client from AOL and Verizon, is out with version 2.0, which adds a smart Dashboard to offer up relevant information at a glance. It also lets you perform actions from these cards like ordering an Uber or Lyft.
Samsung is recalling its recently released Galaxy Note 7 due to concerns about the battery cell spontaneously combusting. Here's our full guide on to how to avoid the dangerous glitch and protect yourself.
These days, there are numerous ways to enjoy wireless streaming at home, but few options can compete with the rock-solid reliability afforded by Google's Chromecast Audio. Simple and affordable, the Chromecast Audio is currently $10 off.
Lose It is rolling out a new beta feature in its iOS and Android app called Snap It, which makes it easier to log your meals. Snap It uses image-recognition technology to identify foods and assign their caloric value.