Moto Z and Moto Z Force phones all about Moto Mods

Moto Z and Moto Z Force phones all about Moto Mods

In addition to two new Moto Z smartphones, Motorola announced new device personalization and enhancement options for the phones, called Moto Mods, including a mini projector and speaker.

Turns out Siri isn't just a creepy robo wench — she's a hero

Turns out Siri isn't just a creepy robo wench — she's a hero

Apple's Siri voice assistant reportedly helped save an Australian child's life, and the incident should help convince skeptics that the somewhat-surly Siri can be useful ... if a bit moody.

7 things you need to know about the Galaxy S7 Active

7 things you need to know about the Galaxy S7 Active

Samsung's Galaxy S7 Active smartphone is water- and shatter resistant, and it's more stylish than past generations of ruggedized Galaxy S phones, but all potential GS7 Active buyers should consider these seven facts before making a...

Rapid review: Philips 276E6 quantum dot monitor

Rapid review: Philips 276E6 quantum dot monitor

Philips says its 276E6 display is the world's first 'quantum dot' monitor, and it's designed to deliver pro-quality colors at a consumer price point. This short video review shows how the E6 shines — and where it falls short.

Rapid review: Uno Noteband wearable

Rapid review: Uno Noteband wearable

Uno Noteband features a novel new speed-reading technology that's designed to help you quickly parse through smartphone notifications. This short video review reveals whether it belongs on the 'cool' or the 'not so much' list.

BlackBerry's Android security survey blatantly promos PRIV

BlackBerry's Android security survey blatantly promos PRIV

A new survey meant to gauge Android users' thoughts on security and privacy, commissioned by BlackBerry, offers some interesting takeaways but also reads like an ad for the company's PRIV smartphone.

The REAL 'real reason' Apple made the Apple Watch

The REAL 'real reason' Apple made the Apple Watch

Despite an amusing report to the contrary, Apple's main motivation behind the release of its first smartwatch was not to improve the overall health of its customer base and change modern healthcare.

5 things you need to know about 'Vibrant Gorilla Glass'

5 things you need to know about 'Vibrant Gorilla Glass'

Corning's latest version of Gorilla Glass is not designed for use in mobile device displays, but instead uses a proprietary ink technology to provide vivid custom imagery on phones, tablets, PCs, gaming consoles and more.

A brief history of the humble airport cell phone lot

A brief history of the humble airport cell phone lot

In addition to heightened security, the horrific Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks resulted in at least one more enhancement to the modern air travel experience: the cell phone lot.

Next big thing in smartphones might be small

Next big thing in smartphones might be small

Early smartphones were huge, so manufacturers scrambled to shrink them. Then came the phablet movement. In the future, phone size won’t be the focus and the emphasis will shift to internal improvements and additions.

As MLB embraces wearables, NBA cries foul

As MLB embraces wearables, NBA cries foul

Wearable technology took two steps forward and one step back in the pro sports world this week, as MLB approved two fitness trackers and the NBA slapped a player on the wrist for unsanctioned wearable use during games.

Consumers still think wearables are expensive, confusing — but also 'nerdy cool'

Consumers still think wearables are expensive, confusing — but also 'nerdy cool'

New research suggests consumers think wearable technology is still too pricey, but they're intrigued by the cool factor and less worried about security and privacy issues.

What smartphones, craft beer and Ferris Bueller say about change

What smartphones, craft beer and Ferris Bueller say about change

It's time to drop the 'smart' from smartphone, and 'craft' from craft beer, because the pace of technological and societal change has made the qualifiers redundant and obsolete.

How to pick between the Galaxy S7 and GS7 edge (video)

How to pick between the Galaxy S7 and GS7 edge (video)

Is the Galaxy S7 edge worth a $100 or more than the smaller GS7? Does the edge's curved display really do anything valuable, or just look cool? This hands-on GS7 versus GS7 edge video answers these questions and more.

7 enterprise bug fixes in iOS 9.3

7 enterprise bug fixes in iOS 9.3

Apple's latest iOS 9 software update resolves seven enterprise-specific bugs that affect business users and IT administrators.

BlackBerry to Android rivals: 'Our updates are faster than yours'

BlackBerry to Android rivals: 'Our updates are faster than yours'

BlackBerry is courting enterprises and security-minded consumers with the speedy release of Google's monthly Android security updates, and the company says it distributes the patches faster than any other Android device maker.

iOS 9.3 tells enterprise iPhone users what should be obvious

iOS 9.3 tells enterprise iPhone users what should be obvious

A new iOS software feature reportedly makes its abundantly clear that iPhones connected to the corporate network are 'supervised' by IT and can be remotely monitored and located.

VR gets greasy with McDonald's 'Happy Goggles'

VR gets greasy with McDonald's 'Happy Goggles'

McDonald's is turning Happy Meal boxes into DIY VR viewers at select locations in Sweden, and it will release its first VR game this week.

This simple iOS feature would make the iPhone better

This simple iOS feature would make the iPhone better

Apple's iOS software has an orientation lock, but the feature completely disables iPhone screen rotation and can negatively affect some apps. Come on, Apple. There has to be a better way.

Ford uses 'industry first' wearable for QA at assembly plant

Ford uses 'industry first' wearable for QA at assembly plant

A wearable device that should look oddly familiar to any runner reportedly enables speedier and more effective QA checks at a Ford manufacturing facility.

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