The canary is dead, and Nokia needs to escape the Windows Phone mineshaft now

With Windows Phone, Nokia is in competition with itself, as it controls 85 percent of the market, thanks to its fellow manufacturers ignoring it. Can it survive with only Nokia working on its behalf, or will Nokia find itself with another…
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All the obvious places you shouldn’t use Instagram

A woman was recently fired for Instagramming pictures of the kids she babysat... obviously. But as 'duh' as this may seem, there are plenty of you posting pics from entirely inappropriate places.

Worst prize ever? Microsoft offers free Surface RTs to students who use Bing

In an attempt to get rid of the rest of its excess Surface RTs, Microsoft will give away the tablet to students, teachers, or classrooms who use Bing for Schools on a daily basis instead of Google's search offering.

Apple Rumors: iPhone 6 may be huge, iWatch coming in 2013, and iOS to get 3D gestures

We've got a bunch of new Apple rumors for you. The world's most popular tech company is working on 3D gestures for iOS, iPad Mini with Retina could come in 2014, iPhone 6 may get a bigger screen, iWatch could come this year, and more.

Apple readies for iTunes Festival with dedicated Apple TV channel and revamped app

With the launch of the annual iTunes music festival in London just days away, Apple has added a dedicated channel to Apple TV and launched a revamped app, with both set to offer live and recorded streams of performances.

LG reveals amazing 5.5-inch Quad HD smartphone screen, with 2560 x 1440 resolution

LG Display has announced a new screen, the Quad HD AH-IPS LCD, which has an astonishing 2560 x 1440 resolution and measures 5.5-inches. This gives it a pixel density of 538ppi, beating even the Samsung Galaxy S4.

Google begins integrating Waze’s real-time traffic reports into its Maps app

A couple of months after Google acquired socially sourced navigation app Waze, the company has started to incorporate some of its features into Google Maps for both Android and iOS.

Leaked picture could show rear-mounted fingerprint scanner on rumored HTC One Max

A new leak shows the rumored HTC One Max alongside the One and One Mini, giving us our first look at not only the relative size of the device, but also what could be a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.

Vine user base reaches 40 million in 7 months, though ‘active’ count isn’t known

Vine now has 40 million registered users, the company said Tuesday, though it didn't release any information on the number of active users. The app, which is owned by Twitter, launched in January of this year.

Common Galaxy S4 Active problems, and a few easy fixes

We have uncovered a few potential Galaxy S4 Active problems, and we take a look at possible workarounds or solutions for them in this roundup. If you’ve had an issue with your Samsung smartphone, you might find a fix right here.

How to make ringtones for an Android phone

No one likes to pay for ringtones (or seemingly anything for that matter). So why not keep the money and check out our quick guide for creating free, custom ringtones using GarageBand, Fried Cookies' Ringtone Maker and RingDroid.
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App Review: ‘Nook Video’ is Barnes & Noble’s Hail Mary pass to Android and iPhone

Nook tablets don't appear to be in Barnes and Noble's future, but its keeping the brand alive by bringing the Nook Video app to iOS and Android. It'll allow users to rent and buy video and access their UltraVideo library.