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The latest word from Corning, the makers of Gorilla Glass, is that flexible displays are closer to becoming a reality than we think.
Verizon CFO Fran Shammo expects subsidies for smartphones to fall over the next two to three years, meaning consumers will be paying more.
After acquiring the video startup Vine last year, Twitter has unveiled the first offspring of its purchase, an iOS app for the iPhone and iPod touch that lets users capture and share short looping videos.
New rumors have leaked today about Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S IV. According to Korean sources, the device will offer full S Pen functionality and is set to release in April.
A iPhone or iPad can be a highly useful air travel tool for booking a flight, changing your seat, checking delays, and more. Here are some of the best apps.
With nearly 50% of Americans owning a smartphone, the Federal Communications Commission is working to make sure users are more informed on how to keep their device secure by providing a free online security checklist.
Following Monday's announcement of a new intellectual property policy that would allow Instagram to sell users' photographs without payment or notification, the popular online photo-sharing network is now changing its tune, promising to "remove" the wording that outraged so many.
Holiday cheer is alive and well on the iTunes App Store thanks to Electronic Arts. The game publisher is slashing prices on a large selection of apps with many reduced to only $0.99, while others are now free.
A little late to the party, U.S. Cellular will be offering the Android 4.1 Update (Jelly Bean) for the Samsung Galaxy S III starting Friday Dec 21.
European Lumia 800 users have reported that Nokia has begun to roll out the Windows Phone 7.8 update to their devices.
Research In Motion has begun sending out invitations to its January 30 launch in event in New York City for BlackBerry 10. This is expected to be the unveiling of this new operating system and a smartphone to run it.
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