Want to take a closer look at the upcoming LG Nexus 5? We know you do.
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Scientists appear to have found a better tool for sensing earthquakes: the accelerometers in today’s smartphones.
Pizza Rolls and reheated leftovers, that’s all a microwave is good for, right? Not necessarily. What if we told you that your microwave could be used to charge your devices? Crazy, we know.
A new video has surfaced, giving us a better look at how the iPad 5 will differ from its predecessor. Join us as we take a look!
At the first ever Eurathlon, special robots recently competed in a series of mock disaster events, to see who performed the best.
According to a new report, a Samsung smartphone with a curved display will be unveiled in October.
The rumored Surface Mini tablet from Microsoft might arrive with a 7.5” 1400×1050 display. Keep reading for more details!
DARPA’s XS-1 program aims to develop a reusable unmanned spacecraft which will allow satellites to be launched frequently at low costs.
Check out Intel’s new wine powered processor and innovations which eliminate the need for passwords for mobile phones.
The 51 feet tall Tradinno the Dragon is the world’s largest walking robot. Not impressed by its size? How about the fact that it breathes fire?!
The BT 4000, BT 4200 and BT 8400 are three new backup batteries from Eton and are designed to keep your phone running when you aren’t able to stop and plug your devices into a wall socket.
The NTIA has filed a petition with the FCC which asks them to communicate to carriers a set of proposed rules regarding cellphone unlocking.
iOS users who want to download apps that are not supported by the iOS version running on their devices will be able to download the “last compatible version” of the apps.
In a strange move for Apple, the company has yet to share ‘hard numbers’ for iPhone 5C pre-orders. Is this a sign of trouble for the newest iPhone or not?
Despite what the FAA says, Pilot Patrick Smith is not against the use of cellphones on airplanes.
Outside of the new Star Wars “episodes”, there will also be standalone Star Wars movies that are apparently going to be ‘origin stories’ for several of the more popular characters in the Star Wars universe.
Google’s upcoming Chromebooks will be powered by Intel’s new 4th generation CPUs, so the devices are coming with strong computing power and improved battery life.
SpaceX and Orbital Sciences will be launching spacecrafts next week.
The Nokia Lumia 620 is now available throughout the US on Aio Wireless.
Tizen OS 3.0 has been spotted running on the Samsung Galaxy S4 and S3.
Apparently, Apple was working on a VR handset of its own years ago – something semi-similar to Google Glass – but abandoned the project due to other more important projects.
Wondering when you can get your hands on the Note 3 in the U.S.? We have the release date and pricing of the Samsung Galaxy Note III and the Galaxy Gear on the different carriers.
Singapore-based Newkia is planning to make the Android phones that Nokia wasn’t interested in making. The company expects to release an Android phone within a year.
FCC is trying to solve the issue of cellphone unlocking. But it seems that the best idea might be for legal action down the road.
Aio Wireless has announced that they will be launching their service throughout the US in September.
Newly leaked images are showing a fingerprint scanner on the upcoming HTC One Max.
HTC is reportedly working on a smartphone OS for the Chinese market. Read on to learn more!
You can use the TransMaker accessory from Migoal to turn your Samsung Galaxy S4 or S3 into an Android tablet and laptop.
We are hearing a rumor about white Xbox One consoles which will only be available for a few people working at Microsoft.