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Verizon employees end strike after reaching new contract deal with Big Red

After weeks of striking against Verizon, employees agreed to put down their pickets as the company reached an agreement with unions. The new contract still needs to be approved by unions, though odds indicate it will happen soon.
Photography

Google Photos is one year old — here’s what’s next for it

Google Photos has reached its one-year anniversary, and what a year it has been for the service. To celebrate, the team from Photos has shared some favorite tips and tricks on using the service.
Mobile

Google’s iOS app revs up to high speeds, thanks to Accelerated Mobile Pages

The Google app for iOS is getting a few improvements. The latest update improves the speed of searches, and adds sports highlights and keyboard shortcuts for iPad users with an external keyboard.
Mobile

Samsung Pay may be coming to iOS devices and PCs in the form of a new app

Samsung may launch Samsung Pay Mini, a streamlined mobile payments app, for third-party Android devices, iOS phones, and computers later this year. The service could debut as soon as June 2016, rumor has it.
Mobile

15 best Nexus 6P cases to protect and style your Google phone

The world is filled with cracked and scuffed smartphones, but your new Nexus doesn't have to be one of them. Peruse our lineup of the best Nexus 6P cases if you're in need of a little style or protection.
Mobile

No lines, more apps: Foot Locker now allows you to reserve new sneakers from your phone

Following the lead of Nike and Adidas, sportswear retailer Foot Locker has updated its app with a new feature, Launch Locator, which allows people to reserve sneakers before they are released, eliminating the need to wait in line,
Mobile

Find your phone with these helpful tracking tips

Need to keep tabs on the location of a cellphone or smartphone of any kind? Consult this guide for tips and tricks on how to do it, whether you're currently rocking Android or iOS.
Computing

Paperlike is an e-ink PC monitor that just might save your eyesight

Chinese company Dasung's created what it's calling a world first -- a computer monitor based on e-ink technology. It's called the Paperlike, and will ship to backers of the company's Indiegogo campaign later this summer.
Computing

Acer details new products ahead of Computex 2016

Acer has offered up a sneak preview of some of the products set to be on show at Computex 2016 next week at Taipei, including two budget-friendly hybrids and a new smartphone.
Mobile

Apple Pay's plans for world domination are just getting started -- Here's where you can use it now

Apple Pay is growing rapidly, so we've built a list of all the vendors, retailers, and companies that plan to support Apple Pay or already do. Plus, we've integrated details on its forthcoming international launch.
Mobile

But will the car swipe back? Wyper uses Tinder approach to match people and cars

Cars don't talk back, but finding the right one can be almost as hard as dating. Here comes the Wyper app to save the day. It uses the same Tinder-like swipe gestures to help you find that perfect match.
Computing

Snowden shows how to make your phone work for you in Vice News interview

VIce News airs tonight with co-founder Shane Smith interviewing self-exiled whistle blower Edward Snowden, discussing everything from government surveillance to how to preserve our own personal privacy.