Panasonic’s Lumix CM1 smartphone-4K camera hybrid launches in U.S. for $1K

Panasonic surprised us at Photokina 2014 with the CM1 "connected camera," an interesting hybrid between smartphone and 4K-capable compact camera with a 1-inch sensor and Leica lens. The device is now available in the U.S. for $1,000.

Facebook Moments auto-tags your friends, so it’s easier to share pictures

Facebook is launching a new standalone app, Moments, that makes it easier to exchange photos with friends. Moments is launching in the U.S. on iOS and Android. You can download Moments from the App Store or Google Play.

Top 5 best Android games you need to play this week

Are you looking for new arcade games, match-three puzzle games, or action games to play on your Android device? Here's our list of the top 5 best Android games you need to play this week.

10 tricky Moto E problems and how to fix them

Is your smartphone misbehaving? Refusing to do as it’s told? You’re not the only one struggling with Moto E problems, but we may just have an answer for you. Step inside to find a few workarounds and potential solutions.

Show me your ears: Amazon’s next phone may verify your identity by your ear shape

Your ears are more distinct that you realize. A recent patent filing explains how Amazon will use both of your ears as a means to unlock and personalize your smartphone. Of course, it's unknown if this tech will ever make it to an Amazon…
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Belgian privacy watchdog sicks its lawyers on Facebook for privacy violations

Belgium's Commission for the Protection of Privacy is taking Facebook to court over growing privacy concerns. This marks a more litigious approach to an already mounting opposition to U.S firms data collecting practices in Europe.

Smiling cat, rose bud, rocket, clover: Your next PIN could use emoji for added security

The next unbreakable passcode could be made with emoji. A British company came up with a system of creating four-digit passcodes out of emoji, and in the process discovered that emoji may be more secure and easier to remember.

Creative Commons Android photo app lets you request exact images you want

Creative Commons is developing a mobile photo app, Th List, that helps users find what they want, while properly attributing the photographers who took them. Currently in beta, the latest update lets users make specific requests.

HTC denies rumors of impending acquisition by Asus

Last week, Asus CFO David Chang mentioned that the company had considered buying HTC, quickly sparking rumors that an acquisition was imminent. Now HTC has made its position on the issue clear: it's not interested.

Spotify’s upcoming Taste Rewind takes your musical tastes back in time

Have you ever wondered what kind of music you would listen to if you lived in the 1960s? An upcoming Spotify feature revealed by an employee aims to show you the answer the only way Spotify knows how: playlists.

This won’t end well: See a $10,000 Apple Watch Edition come between two very big magnets

Just because the Apple Watch Edition costs at least $10,000, doesn't mean no-one is willing to give it a hard time, but this video takes it to the extreme. See what happens when the expensive gadget comes between two massive…

Belgian city launches ‘text walking lanes’ for smartphone addicts

Antwerp in Belgium is the latest city to tackle smartphone addicts who wander the streets lost in their handsets. In a bid to improve safety and keep everyone happy, "text-walking lanes" have been painted along some of the city's busy…