HTC One comes to Verizon on August 22 – will cost $200 and two years of your life

Verizon has confirmed the HTC One will launch on its 4G LTE network on August 22, several months after the phone made its debut on AT&T and other carriers. The One has been priced at $200 with a two-year contract.

Am I cool yet? What it’s like to own the $11,000 Vertu phone for the weekend

What's it like to carry round a smartphone which costs $11,000? Can it turn a normal person into a cool, suave, sophisticated-but-ever-so-geeky James Bond? Armed with a Titanium Leather Vertu TI for the weekend, we aimed to find out.

Price cut: Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight now $100, updated version could be in the works

Barnes & Noble is now offering its Simple Touch with GlowLight e-reader for $99, down from $119. The device's second price cut in just under a year could indicate that a refreshed model is in the works.

Best Apps of the Week: Plants vs. Zombies 2, Klyph for Facebook, and more

Need some new apps to occupy your phone? We have you covered with the best apps and updates of the week. Open up your app marketplace of choice and start downloading great apps like Notability, Pearl Guitar, WordPress, Worms 3, and many…

Next iPhone ‘will’ have fingerprint sensor, says NYC Mayor’s office

In an emailed statement defending NYC Mayor Bloomberg's controversial fingerprint comments, a spokesman may have inadvertently confirmed that the next iPhone will have a fingerprint sensor.
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How Qualcomm’s Snapdragon gave the Nokia 1020 its fire-breathing camera

Nokia’s Lumia 1020 has drawn attention for its powerful 41-megapixel camera, but few people realize just how much processing power it takes to deal with all that raw data.
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DT Deals: $20 gets your iPhone 5 a double layer jacket for fall

Our favorite part of going back to school was always showing off the new clothes, accessories, and of course, gadgets you got for the year. DT Deals helps you dress your iPhone 5 for the season.

Hold the phone! New study says talking and driving not as dangerous as we think

Cell phones, long thought the cause of increased car crashes, may not be as bad as once perceived, according to a study conducted by Carnegie Mellon University and the London School of Economics.
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Why you may never have to ask ‘what’s that song?’ at a music festival again

If you hate trying to figure out what song you're hearing at a music festival, new technology may make you the happiest concert fiend this side of Bonnaroo. Thanks to Gracenote, a Shazam-like experience is on its way to a stadium near you.

Put away that body spray, fellas: Google Glass is ‘great for picking up girls’

One of the lucky few to be enrolled in Google's Explorer program, which gives early access to its Glass smartglasses, says the specs have made him something of a celebrity, and that they're, "great for picking up girls."
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Want to know what (and who) to avoid on Tinder? The Internet has your back

Tinder is quickly becoming the online dating app of choice and no one is going to say this social site isn't fun... but some of what people post on it is discouraging, to say the least. Want a starting list of what and who to avoid? Allow…