The guy at the helm of Project Ara has been speaking about the modular phone initiative, offering details on how things are progressing and what we can expect with its bold plan for build-your-own devices.
One Llama is developing a technology that learns and remembers dangerous sounds. The tech will get a trial run of sorts upon its inclusion within the One Llama app, which senses nearby danger-signifying noises, such as squealing tires, and amplifies them via…
Google Senior Vice President Sundar Pichai to the stage at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to talk about the Galaxy S6, Nexus 6, Android malware, and more. Read on to learn more.
Mobile World Congress may be ending, but the amazing gadgets we saw there will be coming out later this year. Get a glimpse at the best of what's to come with our five favorite smartphones, tablets, and technologies on display at MWC this year.
While Samsung was busy unpacking its brand new, shiny Galaxy S5, HTC took to Twitter to start dissing the major smartphone maker. Along with some gloating and highlights of a new HTC device, it seems like someone is trying to start a Twitter war.
The security-oriented Boeing Black smartphone is back in the news, with the company hoping the handset will prove popular with government agencies dealing with highly sensitive information when it eventually hits the market.
With the smartphone market continuing to expand, 'distracted walking' accidents are on the rise. In a bid to reduce the number of such incidents, New York-based One Llama has created an app with an 'artificial ear' to warn users of nearby danger.
Google released the Google Now Launcher on Google Play, the same launcher that was exclusive to the Nexus 5 up until now. It brings translucent navigation and status bars, as well as the "OK Google" hotword.
Qplay, the video-curation device from the co-creators of TiVo is now available in beta for $49. However, the device will have to contend with some serious competition in the cord-cutter marketplace, including Mohu's new Channels device. Click to find out…
HTC took to YouTube to tease its upcoming successor to the HTC One, though we learned a bit more about the company's humor than we did about the device itself. With a month to go, though, HTC will tease all it wants.
We all know how much personal data we have on our phones and tablets. How many apps put our privacy at risk? Most of them, it turns out. Read on to find out how to better protect yourself.
During their event at Mobile World Congress, Samsung announced two new additions to their smartwatch family, the Gear 2 and the Gear Fit. See how they measure up against the original Galaxy Gear.