NYC Taxi Industry Takes Aim at Uber With New App
Arro is a new smartphone app that lets users hail and pay for cab rides in the Big Apple, one of the most hotly contested markets for ride hailing.
Founders of Humin Release New App That Lets You Share Contact Info by Tapping on Your Phone
The Knock Knock app, out today, allows users to instantly connect with each other in an augmented reality social network.
Google Axes Project Ara Market Test in Puerto Rico, Postpones Debut to 2016
Project Ara chalked delays for the modular smartphone up to 'lots of iterations…more than we thought.'
Samsung Unveils a Keyboard Cover for Its Latest Phones
The $80 keyboard cover will give you both a case and a hardware keyboard for those times when you need to punch out long messages.
The Startup Behind Popular Selfie-Editing App Facetune Raises $10 Million, Plans for New Products
This is Lightricks first-ever outside investment. The startup will double headcount and work on new photo-editing products.
The 4 New Rules Telecom Needs to Play By
Did you know that today's voice communications travel along the same public switched network used in the days of switchboard operators?
Samsung, Google to Release Monthly Android Security Patches
In response to the Stagefright hacking software that leaves the Android system vulnerable, companies are pushing for fast fixes.
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GE and NFL Team Up to Fund Research Into Concussion Detection
The league has been criticized for its cavalier attitude toward traumatic head injuries and it's thought that more than 25 percent of players will suffer brain problems.
Hey Loudmouth, Keep It Down! The 4 Most Annoying Cell Phone Habits.
Since July is National Cell Phone Courtesy month, it's the perfect time to remind everyone of a few basic cell phone etiquette rules.
Uber Takes Swipe at NYC Regulators With Clever 'De Blasio' Feature
The ride-hailing transportation giant has updated its app with a special message for residents of the Big Apple.
Apple, Samsung Are in Talks to Kill the SIM Card
But don't expect a change until at least 2016, a report says.
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Samsung Wants to Measure Body Fat With a Smartphone Squeeze
It looks like the South Korean tech company may have a plan to outdo the competition when it comes to mobile health tracking.
13 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone 6 Could Do
Think you know your iPhone? Think again. Here's a look at some of the device's lesser-known features.
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Nokia Says It May Re-Enter Mobile Phone Market Through Licensing
The company says it was looking for a partner who would take on the manufacturing, sales, marketing and customer support for the products.
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