Sleek and silver, the KuPower not only recharges your phone and serves as an external storage drive, but also diagnoses the health of your phone's battery. Head on over to its Kickstarter to learn more.
Now, adding Microsoft Exchange accounts in Gmail is no longer restricted to a handful of devices. Google has enabled support for all Android devices. The update is still rolling out in phases, so it may be a while until you can download it…
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…
Texting isn't the same without emojis. Since iOS unveiled a new collection of emojis, everyone wants in on the fun. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to install the special characters on your iOS device or Android.
If you don't live near an Apple Store but still want to take advantage of the iPhone Upgrade Program, you're in luck. Apple has finally brought the program to its online store, hopefully spurring a slew of new iPhone sales.
LG has trademarked a collection of interesting new product names in South Korea. They are the LG X Suit, X Slim, X Skin, and X Classic. What could they be? We've got everything we think we know about them right here.
Seeking to emerge from the shadow of its more famous rival, ride-hailing service Lyft on Monday night rolled out is first-ever national TV ad. And its bizarreness should at least ensure it doesn't pass by unnoticed.
Huawei may not be limiting its amazing new dual camera system just to the P9. It may bring it to spin-off brand Honor and fit it to the apparently forthcoming Honor V8. Here's everything we think we know about the phone.
While some don't see the Apple Watch as all that much of a success, the fact is that the watch may end up being an even bigger success that the iPhone, at least if its first year of sales is anything to go by.
Lingohop is a new language-learning platform that launched on Kickstarter. It works through four-minute lessons based on topics you choose, and aims to teach you a language through relevant conversations you want to have.