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HTC admits building a smartwatch, but says it won't be ready until 2015

“It ended up just not being ready,” a company executive said.

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Facebook's location-based ads pitch you on the store you just walked by

A new ad format lets businesses target users by geographic radius

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Awesome new Google Now feature helps you keep track of your bills

Who needs an accountant? Google Now will keep an eye on your bills for you, if you use Gmail and receive electronic billing statements.

on greenbot.com

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Yovo bets on security to stand out from the pack of ephemeral messaging apps

The new iOS app’s defining feature prevents people from taking screenshots of your photos.

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Tanks for everything: World of Tanks Blitz's smart transition from PC to iOS

Wargaming discusses how the free-to-play favorite scaled down for iOS without losing the fun in the process.

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Watch TV for free with these 10 Android apps

Cutting the cord? These apps will stream hundreds of network or cable TV shows for free, no pay-TV subscription required.

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Just for fun: Show us your best QuickType poetry

Let Apple's keyboard's artificial imagination soar, and you never know what the next verse may be.

Find nearby friends over Bluetooth and send them money with Square Cash

Cash's latest iOS update introduces an easy way to pay people nearby, along with interactive push notifications for iOS 8.

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Big time: 9 apps that take advantage of the iPhone 6 Plus screen

Smart developers are updating their apps to use the generous real estate of Apple's newest phone.

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Samsung going all metal with A series, leaks reveal

New Galaxy phones may be angling for a more premium look and feel.

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Three theories why iOS 8 adoption is slow on the uptake

Unlike previous versions of iOS, people are holding off on upgrading to iOS 8.

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Internet TV from Dish and Sony isn't looking so cheap anymore

Sony's TV package could cost over $60 per month, while Dish's low-cost plan may exclude basic channels

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Mazda's adaptive headlights let you keep your high-beams on without annoying everyone

Mazda is developing low-cost technology that automatically adjusts a car's headlights when another car is approaching