Gionee’s 24-megapixel Elife E8 camera phone gets a little cheaper for Indian launch

Chinese smartphone maker Gionee released the Elife E8 phone with a 23-megapixel camera, that thanks to some special tech, takes pictures that make them look like images with 120-megapixels.
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The ChargeStand is the phone stand and portable battery that you’ve always wanted

Ventev Mobile's ChargeStand is a logical merging of two very useful smartphone accessories: a stand and a portable battery. And uniquely, it's compatible with both Apple and Android devices.

Samsung Pay wasn’t breached in state-sponsored LoopPay hack, executives say

LoopPay, the company behind a core technology of Samsung Pay, suffered a network breach at the hands of Chinese hackers earlier this year. Payments information wasn't compromised., LoopPay claims.

It’s going to cost how much? Send a GIF and get a repairman with Facebook users in San Francisco and Seattle can now text or use Facebook Messenger connect with a home improvement expert who will can answers questions and schedule repairs by a certified professional.

Nexus 5X vs. Nexus 5: Was it worth the wait?

Here's a quick comparison of the Nexus 5 and its successor, the Nexus 5X. We have a chart comparing tech specs, and we take a look at exactly what has changed. Join us as we pit Nexus 5X vs. Nexus 5.

Battle of the Microsoft phablets: Lumia 950XL vs Lumia 640XL

The Lumia 950XL is the newest phablet from Microsoft, but how does it compare to the Lumia 640XL? They both have the same 5.7-inch display, but there is a lot more to a phone that sheer size.

Want to compare your salary to those around you? Now you can with WageSpot 1:15

Thanks to new app WageSpot, you can compare your income to that of those around you. This sort of radical transparency may be instrumental in allowing workers across America address the enduring wage gap.

Sony once again considers leaving the mobile market if new Xperia phones fail to sell

Sony is very hesitant on selling its mobile unit, but if it continues to stay in the red after 2016, it might consider selling the mobile business. CEO Kazuo Hirai does intend to stay in the mobile market for a while yet, though.

Google’s plan to speed up the mobile Web takes aim at Facebook Instant Articles

Google has introduced its own platform for publishers, named Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP). It is an open source project to build a faster mobile Web, capable of loading webpages ten times faster as it does currently.