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Xiaomi reportedly banned from selling smartphones in India
In what could only be described as a nightmare, No. 3 smartphone maker Xiaomi has been banned from selling its products in India.
OnePlus opens up sales to anyone interested in buying OnePlus One
OnePlus decides to shake things up and open OnePlus One smartphone sales to anyone interested.
Intel spending billions to boost progress in mobile tech development
Intel is spending billions to help boost its mobile hardware offerings.
Huawei exec says "nobody" made money using Microsoft Windows Phone
Huawei executive claims "nobody made any money with Windows Phone" operating system.
Low-end devices helping shake up the smartphone market even more
The smartphone market is continuing to evolve, and now has a large number of low-end, affordable devices consumers can choose from.
Intel to power next revision of Google Glass
Google Glass is built on old hardware from 2011, but Google hopes to change that by reportedly switching to Intel processors in upcoming models.
Starbucks could help bring wireless mobile charging mainstream in 2015
Starbucks is rolling out wireless chargers in its retail stores, helping bring the technology mainstream.
Xiaomi continues expansion at its own pace, less concerned of rivals
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is not going to expand too quickly and spread itself thin.
Apple's market value tips over $700 billion
Apple's stocks soar to over $700 billion - almost double their closest competition.
Intel learns painful lessons in the mobile industry, as it looks ahead
Intel didn't react quickly to join the mobile market when smartphones and tablets first began to boom, but is learning as it goes along.
IDC: Tablet boom is over as sales drop, with first year of iPad drop
Tablet sales are slowing, with less than 8 percent year-over-year market growth, IDC says.
New StoreDot technology claims smartphone battery recharge in 30 sec
New technology promises to recharge smartphones in just 30 seconds.
Apple feeling the pressure, lashing out at No. 3 manufacturer Xiaomi
No. 3 smartphone make Xiaomi has had a whirlwind rise up the sales charts, and is taking aim at Apple and Samsung.
Police adopting officer body cams, and don't inform while recording
Police body cams are becoming more common place, worn by officers out on patrol, but there are growing privacy concerns.
Starbucks wireless charging technology hitting SF Bay Area locations
Starbucks is rolling out Powermat wireless charging stations in the San Francisco Bay Area, with wider roll out expected soon.
90% of US households have at least three Internet-connected devices
90% of US households have three or more Internet-connected devices, and that number is expected to only increase.
Report: Americans spend more time using mobile than watching TV
Americans love their smartphones, racking up more time on mobile devices than viewing TV each day.
Analyst: Lenovo and ASUS finding success in the tablet market
Lenovo and ASUS haven't found a way to top Apple or Samsung in the tablet market, but are both finding great success.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen doesn't want to rush into Chinese market
China is a lucrative market for technology companies, but BlackBerry doesn't want to rush and encounter nothing but problems.
Microsoft releases a Lumia smartphone without Nokia branding
As expected, Microsoft released its first Lumia smartphone without Nokia branding.
Cybercriminals taking interest in targeting Apple iOS, Mac OS X
Apple iOS and Mac OS X are still secure, especially compared to rival software, but cybercriminals are becoming more inventive in their attack strategies.
98% of drivers who text and drive aware of dangers, but do it anyway
We all know texting and driving is dangerous, but many drivers tend to do it anyway.
Chitika: Apple iPad's 80% Web traffic among tablets dominating
The iPad might have a lot of competition, but still dominating Web traffic, according to Chitika.
Former CHP officer charged with stealing photos from arrestee phones
A former CHP officer has been charged with two felony counts after admitting he stole photos off arrestee phones to share with other officers.
Mobile payments won't go away, and the market is evolving rapidly
The mobile payment war has only just begun, and it's up to us, the consumers, to help determine a winner
Amazon admits it got Fire smartphone pricing wrong at launch
The Amazon Fire phone launched in July, but was a complete dud, with the company admitting it got pricing wrong.
Consumers will determine the winner in mobile payments battle
When it comes to the budding mobile payments war, it'll be up to consumers to help determine a winner.
Xiaomi is now the No. 3 global smartphone manufacturer, analysts say
Chinese hardware company Xiaomi is now the No. 3 smartphone maker in the world.
CurrentC, rival to Apple Pay mobile payment system, suffers breach
The CurrentC mobile payment system, a rival to Apple Pay, was breached, but app users weren't compromised, company says.
Mobile users now generating half of YouTube traffic, company says
Half of YouTube visitors are browsing the online video site from smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.
Mobile malware threats rising, but actual infection rates still low
Mobile malware is still in its infancy, but cybercriminals are finding new attack methods to infect mobile users.
IDC notes PC shipments dropped 1.7% in Q3, better than expected
The PC market is still struggling, but declined slower than research groups previously estimated during the third quarter.
Cammy Camera Monitoring Software Review with the D-Link DCS-930L
Cammy has some incredibly easy-to-use software to make your camera management simple - and the best part, it's free. Let's see what Anthony has to say.
Open WebOS revamped as LuneOS and plans to shake up mobile devices
Do you remember webOS? Well, you can test the open source LuneOS on your mobile device.
Report: Sprint to roll out disruptive pricing next week to woo users
Sprint plans to cut prices and become more competitive in the fierce U.S. wireless market.
Blackphone responds to claim it was hacked in under five minutes
A smartphone that boasted to be the world's most secure saw one hacker gain root access to the device in under five minutes.
London mayor Boris Johnson to pledge 5G internet access by 2020
The mayor of London, Boris Johnson, is set to unveil plans that will promise to significantly improve connectivity in the UK capital, including 5G.
The Pirate Bay launches dedicated mobile site, The Mobile Bay
Notorious torrent indexing website The Pirate Bay has launched a cleaned up mobile version optimized for portable smart devices.
Microsoft Windows to be unified across all screens, CEO Nadella says
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella confirmed during a call to analysts that Microsoft would attempt to unify the Windows experience across multiple screens.
Corsair Voyager Air 2 1TB Mobile Storage Device Review
Corsair returns with the Voyager Air 2 with 1TB of portable storage capacity. Read on as we take a close look at this mobile storage solution.
Via launches VIA Viega, an Android-powered rugged tablet
VIA launches the Viega tablet, a 10.1" Android-powered device designed for use out in the field, as the rugged tablet will be able to withstand abuse.
Kaspersky Lab announces 2015 editions of security solutions
Kaspersky Lab has announced its 2015 product lineup to keep Microsoft Windows, Google Android, and Apple OS X devices more secure from attacks.
Consumers would struggle to make it one day without their smartphones
Americans love their smartphones, with half saying they couldn't last a day without their mobile device.
Amazon unveils the long-awaited 'Fire Phone' smartphone
Amazon finally unveils the Fire Phone smartphone, marking the company's first device, aiming to compete with the Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy devices.
Growing number of apps let parents control children's smartphones
Growing number of apps give parents the ability to remotely lock their children's smartphones and tablets.
Industry unsure if Amazon will launch smartphone later this month
The rumored Amazon smartphone could be unveiled later this month, but very few details about the device are publicly known.
Popular mobile game Temple Run tops 1 billion download mark
Popular mobile game Temple Run has topped 1 billion downloads, and the game studio behind Temple Run has more to offer in the future.
Wireless payments struggle, as near field communication interest grows
Near Field Communication will continue to advance at a rapid pace moving forward, despite security risks, as more U.S. consumers become comfortable with it.
Kaspersky Lab helps offer basic security tips to smartphone users
Kaspersky Lab helps inform TweakTown about how mobile users can keep themselves better protected, offering basic tips to avoid potential infections.
Smartphone Charging Wallet has a battery inside
Hammacher Schlemmer Smartphone Charging Wallet lets you have a backup battery on you at all time to keep your smartphone going.