Huawei and Xiaomi are rumored to be working on smartphones that feature a curved screen, much like the design used on Samsung's Galaxy S6 Edge and S7 Edge. It's possible they'll launch before the end of the year.
Fitbit may have had a great few months, but the rest of the year may not be as spectacular, if its dipping stocks are anything to go by. Still, the company says we should expect some "exciting new products" later this year.
New screenshots reveal that Instagram is testing its upcoming business profiles on selected users. The accounts, which resemble Facebook brand Pages, include expanded contact details and mapped locations.
Netflix posters that let you take Snapchat face-swap selfies with iconic characters from House of Cards, Narcos, and more, are popping up around Paris as part of a promotional campaign from the streaming service.
Land Rover, the iconic car manufacturer, has decided it needs to give fans of its vehicles the chance to own a Land Rover smartphone as well. A new deal will see the first Land Rover phone launch early next year.
Periscope is beta-testing a new feature that lets users save their broadcasts for as long as they want. You can use the function right away, with the video app promising that more saving options are on the way.
Apple's latest iPhone boasts one of the best smartphone cameras around. Give it a boost with the our favorite photography apps for iPhone, whether you want to apply a filter or manually adjust the exposure.
Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai announced that Google I/O will take place from May 18 to May 20, at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, a change from the usual Moscone Center. The I/O app has been updated for the 2016…
Apple Pay is a convenient way to pay for items, but so far shoppers haven't been able to use Apple Pay and get rewards points. Kohl's is changing that, with one catch -- you have to use the Kohl's Charge card in Apple Pay.
There may be a new way to stop drivers from their distraction. A new app from Romex employs a smartphone's GPS system to detect the speed at which it's moving, and if it's faster than 4 miles per hour, it locks the device.
Samsung Pay aims to rival Apple Pay and Google Wallet in the mobile payment space. The company just announced that it has hit 5 million registered users, and will soon be supported in Canada, along with Australia, Brazil…