The Apple Watch may not be on many people's wrists yet, but concerns over the battery life are already in prospective wearer's minds. The Wiipowerband accessory may help cure battery anxiety following its launch.
Not sure what new music to listen to? We'll let you know what new tracks and albums dropping this week that are are worth using your bandwidth on. Up this week: Young Fathers, the Mountain Goats, and more.
Final Fantasy XIII, which first appeared in Japan on the PlayStation 3 in December of 2009, is now available for iOS and Android devices. And the best part? You don't need a phone with 128GB of storage just to download it.
Screen manufacturer Sharp is apparently waiting to put a 5.5 smartphone display with a 3,840 x 2,160 pixel resolution -- making 806ppi -- into production during 2016, meaning 4K UHD phones are headed our way next year.
If the idea of a Sprint store coming to you sounds more appealing than you having to go to it, then listen up – the carrier has just launched a free personalized service that will have a rep deliver the device, set it up, and show you…
Apple took almost a million pre-orders for its smartwatch in the U.S. on Friday, according to data from an e-commerce analytics firm. The large-case Sports option with a black band proved the most popular combo, the data showed.
There are hundreds of new apps released every week, making it impossible to try them all, even if you can search them out in our ever more crowded app stores. To make life easier, we've gathered our favorites together in a handy list…
A group of IBM researchers in India recently unveiled the first version of Usher, “an intelligent tour companion.” In their paper, the group says there are three advantages Usher has over its traditional audio guide counterparts when…
Adonit's first drawing app, Forge, aims to help designers filter through ideas and find their next project. We spoke with the app's creator and an animator who uses it regularly, before we tested it out ourselves.
As part of a fan festival to commemorate its fifth birthday, Xiaomi ran a 12-hour flash sale that ended up selling more than 2.1 million smartphones via Mi.com, its consumer-facing online store – good for a new Guinness World Record.
Apple remains the supreme smartphone maker in the U.S., while Samsung holds the second spot on the list. However, No. 3 LG continues to gobble up more of the pie at a rapid pace, according to the latest data from comScore.