Smartphones

The Galaxy Note 7 Recall Didn't Damage Samsung's Brand in the U.S.
Samsung

The Galaxy Note 7 Recall Didn't Damage Samsung's Brand in the U.S.

A recent survey revealed that people are still willing to purchase Samsung products after its global scandal of exploding phones.
Huawei Wants to Beat Apple in Smartphones in Two Years
Huawei

Huawei Wants to Beat Apple in Smartphones in Two Years

The Chinese company on Thursday launched a new premium phone, which will sell for about $777.
Does Your Kid Have Trouble Sleeping? Confiscate That Phone.
Sleep

Does Your Kid Have Trouble Sleeping? Confiscate That Phone.

The mere presence of a media device in the bedroom can be enough to distract from a good night's slumber.
Google Tries New Approach with Voice on Pixel Phone
Google

Google Tries New Approach with Voice on Pixel Phone

Their ambition: to make the company's voice-powered digital assistant better than rivals such as Apple's Siri and Microsoft's Cortana.
Samsung Still Number-One Smartphone Vendor, Despite Note 7 Debacle
Samsung

Samsung Still Number-One Smartphone Vendor, Despite Note 7 Debacle

The Note 7 dented Samsung's brand image and left a large product gap in its premium smartphone lineup.
New Data Shows Surprising Ways This Holiday Season Will Be Different
Holiday Shopping

New Data Shows Surprising Ways This Holiday Season Will Be Different

Although online shopping is convenient, nothing compares to an in-store experience -- at least a good one.
Rose Leadem
In China, Some Apple Users Opt for iPhone Makeover Rather Than Buy New
Apple

In China, Some Apple Users Opt for iPhone Makeover Rather Than Buy New

One Samsung user wrote online that 'an exploding Note 7 is still better than an un-innovative iPhone 7.'
Samsung Offers Financial Incentives to Stem Note 7 Bleeding
Samsung

Samsung Offers Financial Incentives to Stem Note 7 Bleeding

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Thursday the Note 7's 'battery can overheat and catch fire, posing serious fire and burn hazard to consumers.'
Replacement Samsung Note 7 Phone Emits Smoke on Plane
Samsung

Replacement Samsung Note 7 Phone Emits Smoke on Plane

The world's largest smartphone maker announced a global recall of at least 2.5 million of its flagship Note 7 smartphones in 10 markets last month due to faulty batteries causing some phones to catch fire.
Texting Affects Our Email Habits Way More Than You Think
Work-Life Balance

Texting Affects Our Email Habits Way More Than You Think

A new study from Adobe looks at Americans' relationship with email both at work and at home.
Nina Zipkin
3 Easy Ways to Go on a Digital Diet
Tech Addiction

3 Easy Ways to Go on a Digital Diet

Here's how to shed a few hours staring at your screen without going crazy.
Jason Fell
Call Conversions: the Blind Spot Threatening Digital Marketing ROI
Digital Marketing

Call Conversions: the Blind Spot Threatening Digital Marketing ROI

Most metrics and analytics ignore conversions on cellphones. Is your ROI calculation completely wrong?
Blair Symes
Apple Unveils iPhone 7, and Nintendo's Mario Makes the Jump to Smartphones
Apple

Apple Unveils iPhone 7, and Nintendo's Mario Makes the Jump to Smartphones

The world's best-known technology company said the iPhone 7, starting at $649, would have one, zooming 12-megapixel camera. The 'Plus' edition, starting at $769, would feature two cameras.
While Apple Sets the Stage for iPhone 7, Many Are Already Waiting for 8
Apple

While Apple Sets the Stage for iPhone 7, Many Are Already Waiting for 8

The world's most valuable publicly traded company is expected by blogs and analysts to reveal an iPhone without a headphone jack today.