Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time

Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App…

Destined for India, the Yu Yureka S and Yunique Plus take aim at the Moto G

Destined for India, the Yu Yureka S and Yunique Plus were released as enhancements to the original Yureka and Yunique, respectively. Going for less than $300 combined, the newer phones take aim at the Moto G and Moto E.

A private firm is tracking the habits of visitors to New York City’s Bryant Park

PlaceIQ, an advertising analytics firm which tracks the location of smartphones, has inked an agreement with NYC's Bryant Park Corporation. It will see park visitors' locations -- and subsequently behaviors -- analyzed anonymously.

Sony's next flagship is the Xperia XZ

Sony's own website has let the cat out of the bag. What was once rumored as the Xperia XR, has now been confirmed as the Xperia XZ. It may have a USB Type-C port, and we will likely see it at IFA in Berlin next week.

Samsung-baiting Honor 8, with its dual camera, goes on sale in the U.K.

Huawei’s no-compromise Honor 8 stuffs the very best the smartphone maker’s top-of-the-line phones have to offer into an affordable, attractive package.

Garmin’s Fenix Chronox could be the most stylish sports watch we’ve ever seen

Garmin combines luxury and sport with its latest smart watch, the Fenix Chronos, which features an ultra-sleek look, yet still carries the features would expect from a sports watch under the hood.
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Google wants to take you on 360-degree tours of America’s amazing national parks

Google has just launched a fabulous 360-degree interactive documentary featuring five of the country's national parks as part of celebrations for this month's 100th anniversary of the National Parks Service.

Uber beaten by Singapore’s NuTonomy in race to launch first driverless taxi service

Uber is planning to launch a self-driving taxi service in a few weeks but NuTonomy has beaten the ride-hailing company to it. Claiming to be the first service of its kind in the world, NuTonomy has six autonomous cabs tootling…

Japan has just reported its first ‘Pokémon Go’-related death

Earlier this month Japanese cops said they'd handed out more than 700 tickets for traffic violations involving people playing Pokémon Go while operating a vehicle. On Wednesday it revealed its first death related to the game, caused by a…

FordPass now lets you reserve a parking spot with a few taps of your smartphone

Ford's diverse FordPass mobility service is adding a feature that allows users to book and pay for parking using a Ford-managed smartphone app. It's available in 160 U.S. cities.

Facebook testing Messenger feature that could signal the end of friend requests

Facebook is planning to transform Messenger into your smartphone's default messaging. A new test feature will bypass the need to send a friend request on the social network before you can start chatting with someone.

Google may bring changes to Android's navigation bar in the form of more buttons

Google may be testing the option to customize Android's navigation bar to add a little more than what's currently available, according to hidden code in 7.0 Nougat. You may soon be able to add a clipboard, a keyboard switcher, and more.