Signed into law by California Gov. Jerry Brown, Assembly Bill 1785 looks to further curtail phone use while driving. It goes into effect on January 1, 2017. Drivers face a $20 fine for a first-time offense and a $50 fine for every…
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.
Miss the ol' headphone jack on your shiny new iPhone 7? Fuze has a solution: The new Fuze Case has a headphone jack built right into it so you can listen to music and charge at the same time without the need for annoying dongles.
The Bluetooth SIG currently lists a Surface-branded ergonomic keyboard submitted by Microsoft that will be based on Bluetooth LE 4.2. This seemingly backs previous rumors that a Surface all-in-one PC will arrive in October.
Fitbit has got more than two new wearables today. Aside from the new Charge 2 and the Flex 2, you can also buy the Alta and Blaze in gold. The company is also unveiling a new mode in the its app called Fitbit Adventures.