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Researchers use an image database and cell phone data to determine areas of a city that people consider safe.
Android Pay will soon be available on sites where Visa Checkout and Masterpass are accepted.
The new beta Portrait Camera shows off the power of the iPhone 7 Plus' dual-camera system.
A discount offer for Note 7 owners in Korea reveals that Samsung is not yet giving up on the Note moniker.
The Pixel XL's repairability score of six out of 10 is lower than the iPhone 7's seven out of 10, iFixit finds.
The LG Escape 3 is an affordable compact Android phone for Cricket Wireless users held back by underpowered hardware and short battery life.
The unnamed device is the grand-prize winner of the company's crowdsourced Project CSX.
A developer discovered code for the unused edge-swipe feature.
The industry's first 8GB LPDDR4 DRAM has the same power consumption as current 4GB modules.
The 'world's first pizza ordering tattoo' works via Near Field Communications and a QR code.
iPhone 7 units with Intel modems don't do nearly as well as their Qualcomm brethren in weak signal conditions.
Google starts with a beta version for developers with Nexus devices so they can "tease out any device-specific issues."
Apple says Mobile Star LLC sold counterfeit power products through Amazon.com.
It's cheap, but it has flagship features and will tap into LeEco's media empire.
That settlement includes a $7.5M fine, $35.5M in customer benefits, and $5M in free school services and equipment.
A NJ suit requests compensation for mobile fees incurred when the Note 7 was unusable.
If the physical button is on the fritz, a glowing orb appears at the bottom of the display.
Samsung is setting up customer service points at Australian airports; they have also been spotted in San Francisco.
A study from University of California-Irvine found that taking selfies can actually make you a happier person.
Officers entered a California residence with a warrant that demanded access to fingerprint-locked phones.