According to U.S. Court, Fingerprints Are Not Protected by the 5th Amendment, Can Be Used to Unlock Phones

According to U.S. Court, Fingerprints Are Not Protected by the 5th Amendment, Can Be Used to Unlock Phones

Here's the scenario: the police bust down a suspected criminal's door, take the individual into custody and confiscate that person's iPhone. The police believe there is evidence on the iPhone; however, the phone is … [Read more...]

Samsung Gear S to Launch November 7; Pricing Will Vary

Samsung Gear S to Launch November 7; Pricing Will Vary

The smartwatch market is growing at a fast clip, but not many options provide a standalone cellular connection. That's what sets the Samsung Gear S apart from competing wrist-friendly wearables, and we now have a … [Read more...]

Lenovo Completes Motorola Acquisition from Google

Lenovo Completes Motorola Acquisition from Google

It’s been a pretty eventful year for Motorola: back in January, it was announced that Google was selling the company to Lenovo for $3 billion. Since then, Motorola has made major headlines with high profile releases … [Read more...]

Microsoft Band Announced for $199

Microsoft Band Announced for $199

The rumors that Microsoft would soon join the wearable industry are true, as last night the company announced the simply named Microsoft Band, a fitness tracking smartband designed for use with the app Microsoft Health. … [Read more...]

Apple Targets PCalc for Removal, Says iOS Calculator Widget isn’t Allowed

Apple Targets PCalc for Removal, Says iOS Calculator Widget isn’t Allowed

Man, Apple is being super picky with its Notification Center widgets! The latest victim is an app called PCalc, which had the audacity to add a super-handy calculator as a widget in Notification Center. Apple has, … [Read more...]

New Video Shows Working Project Ara Prototype

New Video Shows Working Project Ara Prototype

Every few weeks, we catch another glimpse at the evolution of Project Ara, an initiative out of Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects division to build a modular smartphone. Today, a new video hit the web that … [Read more...]

No Apple SIM in iPhones, Says Apple Exec

No Apple SIM in iPhones, Says Apple Exec

In this year's iPads, Apple introduced us to a brand new spin on the carrier SIM card -- the Apple SIM. This single card was built to support multiple carriers, enabling consumers to switch between wireless data … [Read more...]

Google X Working on Cancer Tracking Nanoparticles

Google X Working on Cancer Tracking Nanoparticles

In its latest effort to live up to the company maxim of “Don’t be evil,” Google is cooking up a new technology that could potentially change the way we find and treat cancer. According to a new piece in the Wall … [Read more...]

Taco Bell Releases App for Ordering and Pick-Up; It’s Pretty Cool

Taco Bell Releases App for Ordering and Pick-Up; It’s Pretty Cool

"Live Mas," the icon reads, as if to say, Get out there! Try something new! Order a quesarito from your phone! That last bit is really what Taco Bell would like you to do with its new app, which just released today. … [Read more...]

Baton May Bring Apple’s “Continuity” Features to Android

Baton May Bring Apple’s “Continuity” Features to Android

Apple unveiled its “Hand-Off” and “Continuity” features at WWDC this past summer, which allows users to pick up tasks on their iPhones or iPads where they left off on their Mac computers, and vice versa. The … [Read more...]

The Entry-Level iPad Air 2 Costs About $275 to Build, Says Report

The Entry-Level iPad Air 2 Costs About $275 to Build, Says Report

"Affordable" and "Apple" aren't usually two words that end up in the same sentence, but the iPad Air 2 is actually quite affordable... to manufacture, anyway. According to a report published on Re/Code, the … [Read more...]

Google on YouTube Music Service: “You Can See It Soon”

Google on YouTube Music Service: “You Can See It Soon”

Since late-2013, rumors have swirled about a supposed music streaming service in the works over at Google-owned video juggernaut YouTube. At this point, the service is less of a rumor and more of an inevitability, with … [Read more...]