An Indiegogo campaign has been started for a new portable speaker called BumpOut, which expands when you need to improve audio quality. Using BumpOut Coins, you can attach it to a range of different surfaces.
The OnePlus 3 is finally here, and it boasts a 5.5-inch AMOLED display, powered by the Snapdragon 820, with a whopping 6GB of RAM. You can buy it right now via the Loop VR Android app or by visiting OnePlus' website.
After delaying the launch of its AirPods true wireless earbuds earlier this year, there is still a chance Apple could ship them before the end of the year, according to an email that appears to come from the company's CEO.
Prisma's Facebook live-streaming feature was short-lived -- the social media giant has denied the app from using the API required for streaming. The artistic photo and video effects app says another platform may be possible for live…
It looks like Lenovo isn't done with Google's Project Tango yet -- according to CEO of the Lenovo-owned Motorola, the Moto Z could get a Project Tango mod, allowing the device to map indoor areas in 3D.
The Internet Archive is seeking donations to create a backup in Canada. Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle seems worried about the upcoming "radical" changes in Washington, D.C. once the Donald Trump administration arrives in office.
Meizu is looking to fill the Galaxy Note 7-sized hole in the market, and has launched a new device equipped with Samsung's Exynos 8890 processor. The device also boasts a 5.7-inch display and Meizu's Flyme OS.
Android will see a 5.2 percent bump in market share, but 2016 won't be kind to Apple. According to the IDC's latest forecasts for smartphone shipments, 2016 may be the "first full year of declining shipments for Apple's iPhone."
Got questions? Yahoo's got Answers, and now the popular feature has its own iOS app. On Monday, the internet giant quietly unveiled a native mobile app for Yahoo Answers, which allows internet denizens to ask and answer questions.
'Tis the season for oversized meals, oversized sweaters, and now, oversized quantities of Netflix. That's because Netflix has now made it possible for users to "download ... great series and films at no extra cost."