AT&T scales back speed throttling on unlimited LTE data users

Possibly good news for any AT&T subscriber that's still on an unlimited data plan, the wireless provider has limited the practice of data throttling to time periods of heavy network congestion.

Mobile gaming has come full circle with a sequel to Snake

If you owned a cellphone in the late '90s or early 2000s, you might remember playing Snake to pass the time. The original creators have come back 18 years later with a sequel that will attract a new generation of players.
Product Review

EMPpad Omnium1 Review

We spent 8 weeks with an electromagnetic mat that helps you heal like an astronaut.

One brave mom used the Pizza Hut app to save her kids from a hostage situation

This week, a woman who was being held hostage saved herself and her three children with the help of the Pizza Hut app. The woman and her kids got out safely, and the man responsible was arrested.

Uh oh! Project Fi guts many of Google Voice’s features during setup process

If you're a Google Voice user, you might want to hold off on signing up for Project Fi. It guts many of Voice's features, including calling, messaging, and legacy device support.

Samsung wants to make the Avengers’ futuristic tech a reality

Samsung may be working behind the scenes to make the gadgets and gizmos from Avengers: Age of Ultron a reality. The company is particularly focused on transparent displays for use in future smartphones.
Cool Tech

PhoneDrone turns your phone into an autonomous quadcopter

Idaho-based drone startup xCraft has designed a wild new quadcopter exoskeleton that leverages all the sensor tech and computing power you already carry around with you inside your smartphone.

Microsoft shows us its roadmap for OneDrive at Ignite 2015

At Ignite 2015, Microsoft showed its roadmap for OneDrive through Q4 2015. Its plans include a new universal Windows 10 app and offline file accessibility, as well as expanded Android and iOS support.

Windows 10’s release won’t mark the end of Windows Insider

Microsoft won't be killing the Windows Insider program with the release of Windows 10. Instead, it will continue providing early editions of new builds for users on all devices.

Microsoft’s is being replaced by Office 365

Microsoft has announced that changes are in the work for, but users shouldn't be too worried about the service being completely overhauled. The move is an attempt to unify the company's products, and basic use is likely to…

$400 will (kind of) get you a Gold Apple Watch

Don't want to fork over $17,000 to get a gold Apple Watch? You don't have to. WatchPlate will gold-plate your wearable for just $400, giving it the same classy look while keeping you from smashing piggy banks to get the cash for an Apple…

Slim, powerful, and cheaper than expected, the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro officially launches in China

Xiaomi started 2015 off by announcing two new smartphone - the Mi Note and the Mi Note Pro. Both have 5.7-inch screens and curved bodies, but differ in screen resolution and processing power. After a short wait, the Mi Note Pro is ready…