ZTE’s Blade S7 is made of glass and metal, has a fingerprint scanner, and looks like an iPhone

ZTE has announced the Blade S7. A strongly specced mid-range smartphone equipped with an iPhone-like body, glass on the front and rear, plus a fingerprint sensor in the home button.

Wallet wars: Apple looks set to enter crowded person-to-person payments market

Apple is reportedly in talks with U.S. banks regarding a person-to-person mobile payments service. It's a crowded market, with any offering from the tech giant going up against services such as Venmo, as well as others from the likes of…

What is Singles’ Day and how did Xiaomi make a whopping $188 million in sales on it?

On Singles' Day, a day of celebration for those without partners, Xiaomi announced it made a whopping $188 million in sales. This comes as little surprise, however, given how entrenched Xiaomi is in the Chinese mobile landscape and its…

Fallout 4 companion app brings your in-game Pip-Boy to your phone

Bring your Pip-Boy on the go thanks to the Fallout 4 companion app "Fallout Pip-Boy". We went hands-on with the app to show it's features and share our thoughts in this quick video.

Fyuse spatial photo app update adds 3D tagging, smoother renderings

Fyuse, an app that uses spatial imaging technology to capture photos in 3D, released an update that adds several enhancements, including 3D tagging, faster compression, and smoother rendering.

Google helps you control all your data in a new About Me page

Google knows it can be difficult managing all of the privacy settings on its various services, so it's attempted to simplify it by bringing them all together into one location. The new About Me page has everything it knows about you in one…

NY attorney general calls fantasy sport sites illegal gambling services

New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman has sent a cease-and-desist letter to FanDuel and DraftKings, the two largest daily fantasy sports providers, asking them both to stop operations in the state.

How to automatically back up your apps in Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Android Marshmallow now supports auto backups for app data, which means that things will be a lot easier when buying a new phone. Unfortunately, not all apps are compatible yet. Here's how to find out which ones are and how the feature…

T-Mobile just raised its prices without telling anyone about it

In true magician style, T-Mobile distracted customers with promises of video-streaming exemptions from data counts and doubling data offerings, all while surreptitiously raising prices.
Home Theater

Earin, the first truly wireless earbuds, are finally in stores (if you hustle)

Earin wireless earbuds are the first of their type to hit retail, and they'll be gone fast, so you might want to click our Best Buy link and order them quick. Only 1500 units have been released for retail at this time.
Social Media

Facebook launches Notify, a standalone iPhone app for breaking news

Facebook has launched Notify, a standalone iOS app that alerts users to breaking news and other stories as notifications. It's launching with a several major outlets, including the Washington Post and CNN.

Thousands of cheap tablets sold on Amazon have Trojans pre-installed

Security researchers at Cheetah Mobile have found more than 30 manufacturers with Trojan-infected tablets for sale on Amazon and thousands have allegedly been shipped to customers.