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Mobile

For 32 hours, a group live streamed the ‘terms and conditions’ of apps like iTunes

A consumer group in Norway is so fed up with the "absurd ... scope, length, and complexity" of smartphone apps' terms of use that it decided to highlight the issue by reading out user agreements in a marathon reading session lasting 32…
Mobile

Using a cell phone jammer just cost this guy $48,000

A Florida man who was caught using a signal jammer during commutes in an effort to stop drivers using their handsets has this week been hit with a $48,000 fine by the Federal Communications Commission.
Mobile

Chinese startup Moxi Group could release the first flexible smartphone this year

Flexible displays are being developed by a number of big companies, but so far we have yet to see a truly flexible device in stores. That could change later this year, however, with the release of such a device by Moxi Group.
Computing

The $35 Raspberry Pi 3 may soon gain official support for Android

Android support may be officially headed to the Raspberry Pi 3 in the coming weeks or months, if recent changes in Android Open Source Project (AOSP) code are any indication.
Mobile

Wells Fargo Wallet set to take on Android Pay with NFC, contactless ATM withdrawals

Banking giant Wells Fargo is relaunching its mobile app, Wells Fargo Wallet, on Android. It'll gain NFC features for payments and ATM withdrawals when it launches "later this summer."
Mobile

Google may turn up heat on carriers, manufacturers over pace of Android updates

Android fragmentation doesn't seem to be getting a whole lot better, and Google may finally be starting to put the pressure on carriers and manufacturers. The company has a chart that shows which OEMs and carriers have the most up-to-date…
Apple

Osmo Coding kit aims to be the Lego of coding

The newly announced Osmo Coding kit allows kids to snap together instructions on physical blocks to create their own wee programs and control an on-screen character. Digital Trends spoke with Pramod Sharma, Osmo’s CEO and founder.
Product Review

Marshall Major II Bluetooth headphones Review

Going unplugged only made Marshall's Major II rock harder.
Wearables

Samsung says that it hasn’t given up on Android Wear just yet

Looks like we shouldn't expect any more Samsung Android Wear devices. The company is completely done with Android Wear, according to a Samsung executive in a recent report. Looks like Samsung honestly thinks Tizen is the future.
Business

iPhone builder Foxconn just replaced 60,000 employees with robots

Apple supplier Foxconn has terminated 60,000 employees at it's factory in Kunshan, China, in favor of robot workers, according to a recent report. The report also says that other factories in the area are likely to follow suit.
Mobile

Samsung rolls into SID Display Week with a fully flexible smartphone screen

Samsung is hard at work on making displays even more flexible than the modestly curved screens on Edge series of smartphones. Its latest innovation? A 5.7-inch display that completely rolls up into a small cylinder.