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20 helpful apps for teachers and educators

Students shouldn't be the only ones trying to use their smartphones and tablets in the classroom. Check out our top picks for the best apps for teachers and educators, whether you're looking to post grades, assign topic readings, or merely stay organized.


10 great smartphones you can buy for $400 or less

We pick our favorite budget smartphones that will work on AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, and other major U.S. wireless carriers. These phones may be cheap, but they're still good.


Everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus

Samsung's Galaxy S6 Edge Plus has finally, officially launched. Samsung's upgraded phablet packs a litany of improvements, including a larger screen, bigger battery, and streamlined software.


Everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 5

Samsung's phablet finally launched. The Galaxy Note 5 is already up for preorder. Here's everything you need to know about the phone, including specs, price, availability, and more.


Get smart: The 21 best educational apps for iPhone and Android

"Education" may be a broad term, but there are more than enough quality educational apps on the market for both iOS and Android. Check out our top picks for the best educational apps.


11 tips for a thriving Fallout Shelter

The wasteland can be an unfriendly place! Here are eleven tips we've found to help your vault thrive in Fallout Shelter, Bethesda's charming mobile spin-off to its post-apocalyptic RPG series.


Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Edge Plus keyboard case lets you relive your BlackBerry days

Samsung has unveiled a tactile keyboard accessory for the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. It fits onto the device's screen, relaying button presses capacitively without the need for batteries or Bluetooth.


Get ready to Gear up: Samsung will reveal its next smartwatch Sept. 3

Samsung will reveal its next smartwatch on September 3 at IFA 2015 in Berlin. See the first picture of the watch and what we know here!


Fallout Shelter gets a huge update, hits Android

Fallout Shelter is a runaway hit on iOS, and the game is now available on Android along with a massive update. New enemies to kill your Vault Dwellers and a free robot butler are some of the biggest additions.


What will you give up for beauty? Samsung's S6 Edge Plus will make you wonder

We go hands on with Samsung’s latest and greatest big phone, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, which sheds the S Pen for a curved screen. Is it worth the sacrifice?

  • Pros: Beautiful design rivals iPhone , Gorgeous AMOLED screen…
  • Cons: Uncomfortable to hold , Curved screen expensive to replace…

The king of phablets returns to the throne! Hands on with Samsung's Galaxy Note 5

Samsung’s Note 5 re-establishes it’s position as the phablet king with an incredibly great stylus and a few nifty bells and whistles like Samsung Pay.

  • Pros: Stylish look and quality build , Cool new S Pen features…
  • Cons: Glass back picks up fingerprints , Samsung pay isn’t out…

How to watch Samsung Unpacked at 8AM PT: Live Chat and what to expect

Samsung Unpacked starts on August 13 at 11 a.m. EST. Here's how to livestream the event and all the devices we expect to see at the event, including the Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, and perhaps more.


Xiaomi steals Samsung’s big-screen thunder with 5.5-inch Redmi Note 2, which will cost about $125

Xiaomi has revealed the Redmi Note 2, its latest big-screen smartphone with a suitably low price. The octa-core, 5-5-inch device has a 13-megapixel camera, a 1080p resolution and even a removable battery, but will cost around $125 when it goes on sale.


Own one of the best LG phones? You’re going to get two Hi-Fi songs each month, for free

LG has announced its own music service that's ready for use on its very best smartphones. Owners of the G4, G Flex 2, and others will be able to enjoy two, free, super high quality tracks each month, and get the chance to buy discounted tracks too.


Google reveals a tiny, disposable monitor that tracks glucose levels

Google has announced a partnership with medical device company DexCom to build a wireless glucose monitor the size of a bandage. It'll connect to the Cloud for health analyses and is designed to be "disposable."

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