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Smartphones

Bill Gates

Bill Gates Claims His 'Greatest Mistake' Was Not Beating Android

The fate of Microsoft's mobile efforts still bothers the company's founder.

Just Because You Can Take a Selfie Doesn't Mean We Want You To

We can all agree that a picture in front of the Parthenon is a fair game, but that post-workout flex? Maybe not.

Smartphones Have Officially Crushed Digital Cameras

The drop off in camera sales in the last decade is precipitous.

8 Bad Habits That Aren't So Bad After All

Few things are all good or all bad, including most habits.

A Race Car Driver, a Finance Wiz and Some Rocket Scientists Joined Forces to Build the Ultimate Phone Protector

The founders of PHOOZY discuss their invention that aims to keep your phone safe and sound.

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