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BlackBerry May Give Up on Phones if Next One Flops

If the Android-based BlackBerry Priv tanks, the company might exit the smartphone handset business altogether.

Microsoft Doesn't Really Want to Sell Windows Phones in the U.S.

Microsoft confirmed that it didn't offer its new Lumia phones to any carrier except AT&T.

Apple iPhone 6s (AT&T)

The Apple iPhone 6s is faster than last year's model all around, including better AT&T LTE speeds.

Apple iPhone 6s Plus (T-Mobile)

The Apple iPhone 6s Plus brings better LTE coverage for T-Mobile, making it absolutely worth the upgrade.

ITC judge clears Samsung of NVIDIA patent infringement allegations

A U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) judge has ruled that Samsung did not infringe on two NVIDIA patents for which it was taken to court in September of 2014. The judge did find that Samsung infringed on a third patent, but ultimately nullified it.

Google Docs and Drive are having issues right now — it's not just you

It's not just you — Google Docs and Drive are having a little hiccup right now. Google's "Apps Status Dashboard" is indicating service interruptions for all things related to Google Drive. Ride this one out with us — we're sure it won't be down long.

Samsung Cleared In Nvidia Patent Case

Samsung is not infringing on patents held by Nvidia, says the U.S. International Trade Commission. Nvidia filed the lawsuit more than a year ago, wherein it claimed Samsung's Exynos chips made use of Nvidia's technology without authorization or payment. Show More Summary

ReadQuick 3.1.2 brings integration with Instapaper, Evernote, and more

Speed reading app ReadQuick has been updated to version 3.1.2, adding bug fixes and some new features. Specifically, users can now log in to services like Instapaper, Pocket, and Evernote right from the Settings menu in the app. Here's...Show More Summary

Verizon introduces five new prepaid data plans for tablets and hotspots

Verizon has introduced a set of five new prepaid data plans for tablets, giving customers options ranging from 500MB to 10GB. The new plans are available for 3G and 4G-enabled tablets, as well as hotspots and other connected devices....Show More Summary

Verizon introduces five new prepaid data plans for tablets and hotspots

Verizon has introduced a set of five new prepaid data plans for tablets, giving customers options ranging from 500MB to 10GB.

Video: How video games can better handle feints and misdirection

At GDC Europe 2015, TinyBuild's Mike Rose speaks to what video game designers can learn (and potentially steal) about bluffing and misdirection mechanics from the most devious board and card games....

Shoot Adorable Cats Out of Cannons in 'Cannon Land'

Publisher eRepublik Labs has been pumping out some fun games of various sizes over the past year: they've done bigger games like the XCOM-meets-Clash of Clans [Free] game Tactical Heroes [Free] which has the amazing subtitle "Clash of Alliances," which should be the actual name of a game. But they've also done some publishing of

Verizon Launches 5 Prepaid Plans for Tablets, Hotspots

Verizon Wireless today revealed five new options for customers who want to connect their tablets or hotspots to Verizon's network on a no-contract basis. The month-to-month data plans cost $15 per week for 500MB, or $20 per month for 1GB, $35 for 2GB, $60 for 5GB, or $100 for 10GB. Show More Summary

New music on iTunes: Albums from Selena Gomez and The Game, pop discounts, pre-order Logic's new album

Every Friday, the iTunes Store adds new music to its lineup. This week, we have new albums from Selena Gomez and The Game, discounted pop hits, and you can pre-order Logic's new album. This week in new music we start off with Selena Gomez and her new album, Revival. Show More Summary

Review: Parrot Airborne Night and Airborne Cargo Drones

10 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Parrot's 2010 AR.Drone set a standard for iOS controlled toys, and the company has continued to evolve its drone lineup, branching into rolling and jumping drones, continuing its full-size lineup with entries like Bebop Drone, and entering the flying minidrone space with last year's Rolling Spider. Show More Summary

Verizon pushes security patch update to LG G4

Verizon is pushing out an update for the LG G4 on its network. The update, which weighs in at around 415mb, carries a change log of only security enhancements. With the size of the update, it is likely that there are more changes that come with this update than just security enhancements.

Moto 360 review (2015): More than just good looks this time around

The Moto 360 made a huge splash when it was introduced alongside Android Wear some 18 months ago. It was by far the most attractive smartwatch the world had seen, and it held its spot near the top of the heap for many months after -- mostly because it looked like an actual watch. Show More Summary

Unannounced OnePlus phone pops up at the FCC

A new phone from OnePlus has just put in an appearance at the FCC. The model name for the handset is One E1005. The phone measures 5.5 x 2.2 x 0.27 inches, and its maximum processor speed is 1.9GHz. It supports LTE bands 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, and features GSM frequency support at 850, 900, 1800, and 1900MHz. Show More Summary

Relay FM Launches iOS App To Discover New Podcast Shows

Talking about podcasts, podcast network Relay FM released an iOS app today to showcase its 17 shows for creative, curious and obsessive people. It’s a polished app with gorgeous animated artworks. It’s great to discover the network and then subscribe to a few shows in your favorite podcast app. Read More

'Starific' is Looking Like Quite the Stylish Radial 'Breakout' Game

Beveled Edge Studios is about to launch their first game on mobile, and it's looking a pretty cool take on radial Breakout. Starific is the name of the game, and it will have you trying to keep a ball bouncing and hitting stuff in a round arena, sure. But the game is about style: there's

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