Realizing that it took too many steps to play native video, Twitter's latest update will autoplay all native videos, Vines, and GIFs within users timelines. Users can also opt out of the new feature if they wish.
The Fairphone 2 is what most modern smartphones aren't: ethically assembled, almost fully modular, and ecologically friendly. It doesn't have cutting-edge specs and isn't cheap, but it's produced in a way fair to workers and the environment.
Many newer Samsung smartphones, including the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S6, are vulnerable to hackers via the pre-installed SwiftKey keyobard. Hackers could have access to your private data or even eavesdrop on your phone calls and messages.
Adobe has unleashed a ton of new tools, performance enhancements, and other features in its Creative Cloud 2015 update. In addition, Adobe is launching a new in-app stock photo service, and is bringing more mobile apps to Android.
Google has been paying rewards to those who find and fix vulnerabilities since 2010, and now it has expanded its efforts to increase security even further with the introduction of the Android Security Rewards program.
If you've been holding out for a true Sony Xperia flagship smartphone for 2015, you're about to be rewarded. The Xperia Z4V is here, and it's a water-resistant, octa-core, quad HD monster device coming to Verizon this summer.
Arriving at a cafe, store or some such place only to find it closed is always annoying. In a bid to help, Google Maps has introduced a new feature that alerts you if the place you're navigating to will be closed when you get there.
Panasonic surprised us at Photokina 2014 with the CM1 "connected camera," an interesting hybrid between smartphone and 4K-capable compact camera with a 1-inch sensor and Leica lens. The device is now available in the U.S. for $1,000.
Facebook is launching a new standalone app, Moments, that makes it easier to exchange photos with friends. Moments is launching in the U.S. on iOS and Android. You can download Moments from the App Store or Google Play.
Is your smartphone misbehaving? Refusing to do as it’s told? You’re not the only one struggling with Moto E problems, but we may just have an answer for you. Step inside to find a few workarounds and potential solutions.
Your ears are more distinct that you realize. A recent patent filing explains how Amazon will use both of your ears as a means to unlock and personalize your smartphone. Of course, it's unknown if this tech will ever make it to an Amazon phone.