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Baidu’s SwiftScribe uses AI to transcribe audio files up to an hour in length

Baidu's SwiftScribe app performs AI-powered transcription on any audio file under an hour in length. It's free to use, though Baidu suggests a paid option could launch in the near future.

Mysterious Google Carrier Services app lands on Google Play, but what does it do?

Google has published a mysterious new app on the Google Play Store called Carrier Services -- but what exactly does it do? Some speculate it has to do with RCS support -- while others have no idea but are leaving funny reviews anyway.

ZTE's next Nubia smartphone could boast a dual-camera setup on the back

ZTE set a date for its next Nubia event: March 21. But what should we expect? Well, the teaser seems to hint at a dual-camera phone, however, we have yet to get any more details about the upcoming device.

Here are the most popular Android phones in each state

A new report has been published detailing which Android phones are most popular in each state -- and there are some surprises. Like, for example, the fact that the Motorola Droid Turbo is the most popular Android phone in Arkansas.

Turn any old Android into your Android with Google’s #myAndroid site

Google launched a new tool that may help you turn any old Android into your Android. It's all thanks to the #myAndroid website, which promises to help make your handset truly your own "from the way it looks to the way it works."

When will every smartphone survive a swim in the pool? We asked an expert

Water damage is the second biggest cause of smartphone death, so why isn't every phone waterproof? We spoke to water resistant coating specialist P2i to find out when we can expect water resistant phones as standard.

The eye-catching HTC U Ultra is now shipping, starting at $750

HTC has launched the U Ultra and U Play, two stunning phones covered in shimmering, shiny glass, and equipped with Sense Companion, the company's first AI assistant. Here's everything you need to know.

Weekly Rewind: Smartphones' effect on conversation, how to hide your wires, where to watch cartoons

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of it. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from this…

Movements is a charitable-giving app that rounds up your spare change

Donating is harder than it sounds, sometimes -- especially for young people. Movements makes it easy by giving your spare change to charity, and by providing a showcase of verified projects to choose from.

Feel fly like a G6 with these handy tips and tricks

Want to find out what the stylish G6 can really do? Check out some of our favorite tips and tricks if you're truly looking to take full advantage of your smartphone's wide screen and powerful camera.

Verizon is giving cellular customers free data — if they stream through Fios

Verizon wants you to stream more with its Fios service, and it's now giving customers free data to do so -- a move that wouldn't have been allowed under the FCC's previous leadership.

Adware lived on the Google Play Store for 2 months without anyone noticing

Adware has been discovered on the Google Play Store and it existed there for two months before being found. The adware infected users devices and injected ads where they otherwise wouldn't have been.