The iPhone and iPad are wildly popular devices, but if you're one of those people who likes to carry a lot of data with them, you've probably at one time or another hit a storage limit. Here's how you can add more storage to your iPhone or iPad quickly and easily - no jailbreaking or cracking your device open required.
More features, less usability. Fair trade? Hands On Last week Microsoft released Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones, build 10051, as part of its Windows Insider preview series.…
Tech for digitising treasured tunes – how easy is it to get into the groove? Feature Today, Saturday 18 April, is Record Store Day. Partly a celebration of vinyl, and partly a keen marketing drive to remind people that there are still places to buy music that don't involve massive offshore companies. Show More Summary
Morale hits new low for troubled kitchen-table factory pioneer, Reg source claims 3D printing pioneers Makerbot has culled roughly 80 employees at its Brooklyn headquarters, abolished three divisions, and closed three of its shops.…
The Cougar 500K gaming keyboard has all the trimmings you expect from a well-featured typer -- cool lighting, macro keys, a rubber no-slip wrist rest, and so on -- but it doesn't have mechanical switches.
The Comcast/Time Warner merger may not happen after all. New information suggests the government will block the deal on the basis of potential harm to consumers.
The MPAA has often claimed it favored free use despite operating more like a mustachioed villain from an old movie serial. Documents from the Sony leak show otherwise.
Is the Nexus 6 worth its premium price, or are there better options to get your Lollipop fix?
The holy grail approaches: augmented reality. Big navigation arrows projected on the windshield in line with the actual turning point.
Handpose uses a Kinect to track hand movements on the screen. The project is still undergoing research and development.
Light, the latest company that claims it can cram all the functionality of a DSLR into your pocket and eventually your phone, has more reasons than most to believe it can deliver.
Here's what's happening on the Tom's Hardware forums!
The 'ultimate solution to get work done on your device', apparently Google has finally published its BYOD app, Android for Work, adding to the already schizophrenic work-life balance environment for the devices.…
A security researcher announced in a blog post that he discovered the exploit almost two years ago, and claims Mojang ignored him and did nothing to fix the problem.
NASA's Messenger probe, first launched in 2004 to observe Mercury, will plunge to its death and impact the surface of the rocky planet sometime around April 30th when it runs out of propellant.
Sony launched a new 4G-capable low-end device for the Indian market: the Xperia E4g. The device will cost Rs. 13,290 and will come with KitKat.
Good things come in pairs! Today, Dell is offering a powerful quad-core desktop PC and a Samsung 32-inch HDTV together for one low price. If you're in the market for both, you can use our coupon code to save hundreds of dollars off the sticker price. This is a limited time offer, though, so don't wait too long.
Transcend Information, a flash memory maker from Taiwan, announced its latest low-cost eMMC storage solution called the EMC210.
AMD's quarterly results for Q1 are in, and it's an ugly situation overall. The company's revenue has taken a hammering over the past 12 months, and its core GPU and CPU markets are the worst affected.
As recently as the Galaxy S5, Samsung had a fundamentally different strategy from companies like HTC and Apple. While design wasn’t ignored completely, Samsung Mobile had a different set of priorities. In general, it felt like Samsung wanted the phone to have every feature possible to please every possible potential customer. Show More Summary