• Texting While Walking? These Sidewalks Will Protect You

    Texting While Walking? These Sidewalks Will Protect You

    While pedestrians distracted by smartphones are nothing new, Augsburg's solution addresses a menace to distracted pedestrians that's more prevalent in Europe than in the United States: quiet electric streetcars.German media reports that at least two pedestrians have been injured in tram collisions in Augsburg while looking at their phones.
  • HTC 10 vs. LG G5: Which flagship should you buy?

    HTC 10 vs. LG G5: Which flagship should you buy?

    After months of leaks and rumors, the HTC 10 is finally here.The next-generation phone replaces the M9 as the company’s flagship, bringing with it a powerful chipset, a sleek design, and powerful camera capabilities.
  • BlackBerry Pushes Marshmallow Update To Priv

    BlackBerry Pushes Marshmallow Update To Priv

    0 Marshmallow update to its Priv smartphone this week comes with a significant security patch.0 Marshmallow system update available to its BlackBerry Priv smartphone.
  • Gmail For Android Adds Microsoft Exchange Support

    Gmail For Android Adds Microsoft Exchange Support

    The Gmail for Android update now allows support for Microsoft Exchange, and users can download the latest version of the application from Google Play, though the rollout may take a few days to reach all users.Although some Gmail for Android users already had Exchange support, it was limited to owners of Google Nexus devices, while the update app offers support for all Android-based devices.
  • Small World 2 (for Android)

    Small World 2 (for Android)

    ) but still have a lust for conquest, consider Small World 2.Note that it doesn't include any of the elements from the Small World Underground or Small World Realms expansions to the physical game.
  • Starbucks has an emoji keyboard, so send a Frappuccino with that smiley face

    Starbucks has an emoji keyboard, so send a Frappuccino with that smiley face

    It’s a keyboard app, which features Starbucks-themed emojis.That’s right, forget little emoji poo, or that face that may or may not be a scream, now you can say it with a frosty Frappuccino.
  • Smartwatches Still Lack Killer App

    Smartwatches Still Lack Killer App

    The next Apple Watch is likely to have built-in cellular connectivity, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.0 will address a significant shortcoming of the initial Apple Watch -- its need to be paired with an iPhone for many tasks.
  • iPhone Sales Slump May Affect Apple's Earnings

    iPhone Sales Slump May Affect Apple's Earnings

    Barclays analyst Mark Moskowitz anticipates sales of the iPhone will decline over the next couple of fiscal quarters, Bloomberg reported.Kuo foresees a worst-case situation would involve Apple selling 190 million iPhones during its fiscal 2016 calendar.
  • Agile Analytics: 11 Ways To Get There

    Agile Analytics: 11 Ways To Get There

    Becoming more agile -- and succeeding at it -- isn't always easy given existing technology investments, constant technological evolution, and lingering cultural obstacles.No matter how agile your company is or isn't now, consider these important points.
  • As you wish: 5 on-demand startups deliver what you want, when you want it

    As you wish: 5 on-demand startups deliver what you want, when you want it

    It’s why she took it upon herself to try and bring the taste of her mother’s seven-veggies couscous to New York.You can order a dish from any listed country, and a chef will fire up the stove.
  • IoT Security Will Reach $840 Million By 2020, Gartner Finds

    IoT Security Will Reach $840 Million By 2020, Gartner Finds

    With the connected world of the Internet of Things (IoT) on the rise, and expected to be an increasing focus for malware attacks in enterprises, Gartner believes worldwide spending on IoT security will reach $348 million in 2016, up 24% over 2015 spending, according to an April 25 report.Over the next few years, IoT security spending will initially be "moderate," according to Gartner, and will rise to $547.
  • Doro PhoneEasy 626 (Consumer Cellular)

    Doro PhoneEasy 626 (Consumer Cellular)

    The $50 Doro PhoneEasy 626 on Consumer Cellular is an inexpensive, easy-to-use flip phone with great call quality.Compare Similar ProductsCompare Doro PhoneEasy 618 (Consumer Cellular) %displayPrice% Samsung Jitterbug Plus (GreatCall) %displayPrice% Doro 824 SmartEasy (Consumer Cellular) %displayPrice% Snapfon ezTWO (Unlocked) %displayPrice% Huawei Vision 3 LTE (Consumer Cellular) %displayPrice% Doro PhoneEasy 410gsm %displayPrice% SpareOne Emergency Phone (AT&T) %displayPrice% Doro PhoneEasy 345gsm %displayPrice% Design and FeaturesThe PhoneEasy 626 is a clamshell phone that comes in black, burgundy, or silver; we tested the burgundy model.
  • Apple Watch Apps Will Have To Run Natively

    Apple Watch Apps Will Have To Run Natively

    On the wearable's one-year anniversary, Apple told developers over the weekend that all new watchOS apps submitted to the App Store must be native apps starting June 1.Based on changes in the app store Apple plans to enforce, not enough apps are taking advantage of the new capabilities.
  • Qualcomm: No Problems With USB-C and Quick-Charge Tech

    Qualcomm: No Problems With USB-C and Quick-Charge Tech

    The debate prompted Qualcomm to release its statement, in which it said that "When an OEM chooses to implement Quick Charge into their device, they can configure the voltage to fit within the specifications of the USB Type-C standard.0 promises to juice up a conventional smartphone from zero to 80 percent in about 35 minutes.
  • IoT Security Will Reach $840 Million By 2020, Garter Finds

    IoT Security Will Reach $840 Million By 2020, Garter Finds

    Organizations require new ways to "weaponize" the threat intelligence they have to prevent attacks The IoT security market will hit its stride in 2020, according to Gartner, driven by IoT growth in energy management, the automotive industry, consumer applications, and an increase in malware attacks.Over the next few years, IoT security spending will initially be "moderate," according to Gartner, and will rise to $547.
  • Are Smartphones Becoming Too Complicated?

    Are Smartphones Becoming Too Complicated?

    9-inch Windows 10 smartphone runs the new, high-powered Qualcomm 820 processor and 4GB of RAM and has 64GB of internal storage.But HP's attempt begs a more important question: are smartphones these days just too complicated?
  • 10 Big Data Books To Boost Your Career

    10 Big Data Books To Boost Your Career

    People with big data and data science skills are some of the most sought after professionals because demand is outstripping supply.Indeed, demand is higher than supply for these specialists, and many data science masters degree programs have sprouted in the past few years.
  • Google's Chrome OS May Start Offering Android Apps

    Google's Chrome OS May Start Offering Android Apps

    Every industry analyst firm is producing research about NGES, and they all reach the same conclusi In an effort to better integrate Android and Chrome OS -- its desktop-based operating system -- Google may be bringing the Google Play store to Chromebooks.The search giant's effort at deeper integration between platforms was picked up by a Reddit user who spotted a new option in Chrome OS titled "Enable Android Apps to run on your Chromebook.
  • 10 IoT Startups You Need To Know

    10 IoT Startups You Need To Know

    We take a look at 10 IoT startups you need to know because they are doing something a little different or a little special.That's why we're calling this companies you need to know, not companies you should invest in.
  • Weekly Rewind: Jason Bourne, virgin DNA, drone collisions, and more

    Weekly Rewind: Jason Bourne, virgin DNA, drone collisions, and more

    With only days to go until the first new episode, The Red Woman, airs, HBO has released nine photos to whet our already-voracious appetites.Anyone who hasn’t seen season 5 yet should avert their eyes, because there are spoilers ahead.