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Potential downside of smart tech: Humans in less control of our lives
As smart technology continues, some are worried that connected technologies could lead humans to be in less control of our lives.
Microsoft hopes Windows 10 does the trick to help promote mobile
Microsoft expects big things from Windows 10 in the mobile space, powering smartphones and tablets.
Heading to the ATM? Make use of your smartphone instead of debit card
Growing number of cardless cash machines utilizing smartphones instead of ATM cards.
Xiaomi plans to invade the connected home after smartphone domination
Xiaomi has taken the smartphone world by storm, and company officials also have their sights set on the booming smart tech industry.
Lookout: Mobile malware skyrocketed 75 percent in 2014 alone
There are so many cybersecurity topics, but many people seemed to forget mobile malware, which has jumped 75 percent.
Cybercriminals will follow users to Apple Pay, other mobile systems
If more users adopt Apple Pay and other mobile payment systems, expect the criminals to follow, according to cybersecurity experts.
New Nintendo 3DS XL hits US, European store shelves on February 13
The New 3DS XL will launch in the United States in February for $200.
TGI Fridays rolling out Windows 8.1-powered tablets to servers
After a successful pilot run, TGI Fridays plans to introduce tablets into restaurants, streamlining the dining experience for restaurant guests.
Hooray! Minecraft: Pocket Edition tops 30 million downloads
Minecraft: Pocket Edition tops 30 million downloads!
IDC: PC market remains slow, reaching 80.8 M units shipped in Q4 2014
The PC market is recovering and the US market could see positive growth as the industry prepares for Microsoft Windows 10.
Facebook reportedly approached to invest in Xiaomi smartphone maker
Facebook and Xiaomi reportedly met to discuss potential investment opportunities, but a deal was never finalized.
Gartner: Tablet sales will continue slowdown in 2015
The Gartner research group predicts tablet sales will continue to slow down in 2015.
iPhone 6 helps iOS eat away at Google Android's smartphone lead
Popularity of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus helped iOS eat into the lead of Google Android, according to researchers.
Lenovo wants to take its smartphones to US, other lucrative markets
Lenovo is now the No. 3 smartphone manufacturer in the world, and hopes to begin its invasion of the United States and other lucrative markets.
NPD: Smartwatches attracting different customers than fitness wearable
The wearable market is growing, but trying to appeal to drastically different demographics, The NPD Group discovers.
BlackBerry promoting its Internet of Things platform during CES
BlackBerry wants to show the world its Internet of Things (IoT) platform.
Intel and Oakley team up for next-generation smart wearables
Intel pushes ahead in the wearables market, announcing a strategic partnership with Oakley.
Velocity Micro will build your customized laptop in 3 days or less
PC and laptop maker Velocity Micro wants to offer customized laptops that can be built-in three days or less.
Ultimate Ears Announces New UE MEGABOOM Speakers
HP Debuts Virtual Reality Displays
The Livescribe 3 Smartpen is coming to Android
Smartpens are coming to Android, with Livescribe beginning their support for this much-loved operating system.
Nuu Mobile introduces new unlocked Android smartphones to America
Nuu Mobile are looking to bring it to the US, offering affordable no-contract Android deices.
Escort Radar announces Passport Max2, all-digital radar detector
Escort Radar introduces the all-digital, Bluetooth Passport Max 2 radar detector during CES 2015.
Xiaomi sold 61.1 million smartphones in 2014, as sales tripled
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi saw sales triple in 2014, with more than 61 million units sold.
E FUN introduces Android 5.0 Nextbook Ares series models at CES 2015
E FUN shows off a new Google Android 5.0 Nextbook Ares Series device.
E FUN adding three new devices to 2-in-1 Windows tablets to portfolio
E FUN will have plenty of shiny new tablets to show off during CES 2015, with a focus on 2-in-1 devices.
Arbor Solution to show off 10.1" Rugged Android, octo-core tablet
Arbor Solution will show off 10.1" Android tablet designed to withstand a beating in the workplace.
Aussie Telecom Telstra adds 700Mhz LTE to more towns
Telstra are ramping up LTE support - giving another 600 locations access to their new 700Mhz services.
Cybersecurity experts offer tips to keep children safer online
Many younger children are on the Internet, using PCs, laptops, smartphones, and other devices to access the Web - here are a few safety tips
Who got a new iPhone or iPad for Christmas? Tons of people, apparently
Apple had a great Christmas, with large amounts of users activating new iPhones and iPads.
Mobile shopping increasing, but some retailers, companies face issues
More consumers enjoying mobile shopping, but that is causing problems for some retailers.
Google wants to take its Android platform into connected cars in 2015
Google hopes to see its Android platform begin taking over connected cars in 2015, as auto buyers look for enhanced connectivity.
SS7 security flaw enables hackers to read your text messages
German researchers find out that some of our mobile signal towers are leaking information into all who wish to see it.
Lenovo will call upon Intel to power two 4G smartphones in early 2015
Intel will power two new smartphones for Lenovo in early 2015.
Additional retailers, companies adopting Apple Pay mobile pay system
Appe Pay is gaining allies among retailers, companies interested in adopting its mobile payment system.
Xiaomi will be allowed to sell Qualcomm-based smartphones until Jan. 8
Xiaomi will be allowed to sell Qualcomm-based smartphones in India until Jan. 8, Delhi High Court rules.
Google Android continues to dominate smartphone OS market share
Google Android has 83 percent market share ahead of iOS, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry.
Gartner: 3 of top 5 smartphone manufacturers are Chinese companies
Q3 was an excellent one for smartphones, as three of the top five smartphone manufacturers are Chinese.
Baidu chooses Nokia Here for maps outside of China
Nokia receives a strong boost after Baidu chooses the Here service to power maps outside of China.
iOS users care more about security, privacy than Android users
A new report indicates Apple iOS care more about privacy and security users more than Google Android.
Alps Electric Launches the World's Smallest Automotive 4G LTE Communication Module Powered by Marvells ARMADA Mobile Solution
A VMWare AirWatch bug allowed users to access others sensitive data
VMWare have recently patched a loophole that allowed hackers to access sensitive customer information on AirWatch systems.