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The Nex Band isn't a fitness band and it isn't a smartwatch. But it does light up in many colors and can help you hack away at some life lessons.
Every time an assistant is demoed, it always includes a scenario where someone's meeting someone from lunch. Often, they're late. What the heck?
Camera modules take up space, are fairly expensive, and putting two of them in your phone sounds crazy. Is the solution reversible cameras?
It has been six years since it debuted at CES 2009. More importantly it's been three years since it was killed, and yet we're still writing about webOS.
Material design is supposed to be all the hotness. I gave it the benefit of the doubt until I held it, but now it's still a big ball of meh.
Nokia is spreading the reach of its mapping service by offering it on Android. Read why HERE Maps on Android doesn't stand a chance beside Google Maps…yet.
The iPhone 6 Plus sold out practically everywhere. Take this poll and tell us if you think Apple should have waited until it had enough iPhone 6 Plus stock.
Why are OEMs still messing with the capacitive stylus. Read why, at best, it's a half-measure any how they could learn something from Samsung.
My mother-in-law got a new phone but couldn't use it, it was so dissimilar from her old one. Please, OEMs, give us a path back to stock!
Smartphone security concerns are higher than ever. How do you protect your sensitive data and information? Take our poll and let us know!
Both Samsung and HTC have been in the rumor mill of developing prime smartphones after releasing their flagships. I'm calling shenanigans.
A new Microsoft app Files is available for Windows Phone 8.1. It's a nice file manager, but what took you so long, Microsoft?
Android's buttons are confusing. The back button is particularly frustrating: sometimes working, sometimes not -- with different behaviors across devices.
64-bit architecture for Android won't arrive for months. Have you already lost interest? Take our poll on 64-bit SoCs for Android and share your thoughts!
There are too many "One" phones coming out lately. There should be only one at any given time. It is the loneliest number after all.
There's been a lot of press about the new Microsoft Office for iPad apps. What about Windows Phone? Will it ever see an Office upgrade?
The All New HTC One specs have almost all been spilled - but a few areas of mystery remain for those of us who like a surprise. Here's our short list!
What if net neutrality dies? It's a question that should be on everyone's mind. Take our poll and tell us what you will do if net neutrality dies.
Samsung has been accused in the past of stuffing their phones full on gimmick, but water resistance is not one of those gimmicks. Here's why.
Technology can easily be the cause of your lack of sleep and grogginess during the day. Read why you should consider a technology curfew!
Since LogMeIn is ending free accounts, find out about an alternative that's better than LogMeIn ever was; TeamViewer.
I have many phones, but even if I didn't, I'd still want an away message I could use across every messaging app. And if you thought about it, you would too.
It seems terribly ironic that most phone users today consider camera quality more important than call quality. We take a look at that phenomenon here.