Amazon's voice assistant Alexa is poised to take over every connected device and app with a new SDK for developers and device makers. Alexa also powers the Amazon Echo speaker, which is now available for purchase.
The new Oppo R7 and the R7 Plus smartphones, two great looking phones where any hint of a bezel has been cleverly disguised, are now on sale. Here's what you need to know, including how to buy one in the U.S..
Ford this week unveiled its latest e-bike prototype, the MoDe:Flex. Sporting a much sexier design than the company's two existing models, this latest e-bike comes with features such as eyes-free navigation and a clever no-sweat mode for…
Vertu has announced the second device in its ongoing, five-year partnership with Bentley. This time it's the Signature for Bentley, a $22,000 feature phone that exists to make the best possible quality calls. Oh, and perfectly match your…
Apple will reportedly improve user privacy in iOS 9 by preventing third-party apps from scanning an iDevice to see which apps are already installed. The move is likely to upset advertisers, who use the data to serve up targeted ads.
Announced earlier today, the Axon Phone completely came out of left field and will have a launch event in New York City next month. What's interesting is there's a possibility that ZTE is the company behind it.
Move aside, Tinder - Tindog is here to find some companionship for dogs and their owners. Even though Tindog is free for Android and iOS, the possible financial repercussions of meeting another human being and their dog might not be.
Facebook's highly successful Messenger app is taking another leap forward by unshackling itself from the bounds of a Facebook profile. Users can now sign up for the the messaging app without a social media account.
Smartphones have been known explode in rare instances for a variety of reasons. That reason is unknown in the case of Kishan Yadav, who had to throw his iPhone 6 out of his car because he noticed sparks coming from Apple's latest and…
Even if you have an unlimited plan, T-Mobile reserves the right to slow down your data if you use more than 21GB in a billing cycle. The degree to which it's slowed depends on congestion and time of day.