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A new version of the mobile OS is said to target low-power devices with little memory.
The price for new 4K Samsung 2015 TVs starts at $949.99.
Low-power Bluetooth devices should get a standard way to organize themselves in networks next year
These high-tech sunglasses combine Bluetooth with bone-conduction technology to replace earbuds and headphones.
This app deserves major props for redefining the mobile checkout before we had even heard of Apple Pay.
People have been calling Flic the Tinder of photo apps, and that’s the perfect description: Use gestures to quickly clear out your Camera Roll and keep only the photos that matter.
This fitness game has you complete high-intensity reps in order to save the world.
A new ad format lets businesses target users by geographic radius
This time management tool helps keep you on task, and shines in iOS 8's new widget feature.
The sandwich chain will roll out contactless payments at 26,000 restaurants
Drivers can't carry multiple passengers while charging individual fares, the California Public Utilities Commission said.
Fabrix sells software for cloud DVRs and video on demand
A new offering allows calls from outside the US and on US airliners with Gogo in-flight service.
Apple's announcements lived up to the pre-event hype. Macworld's Christopher Breen and Susie Ochs break down all the news.
What's a party without a good game? Heads Up! and SnapDare are sure to bring big laughs.
Get a closer look at Samsung's new Galaxy Note Edge, which uses a sliver of curved glass to deliver news, messages, and additional functions to the phone.
Browse for stuff on your phone, take a screenshot, and SnapUp makes that info shop-able.
Samsung and Barnes & Noble announced the co-branded tablet back in June. Now that it's here, take a closer look at its features.
Check-ins are out, recommendations are in. Foursquare veterans will need time to get used to this strange new world, but the updated app has a lot to like.
How does Amazon figure to stand out in a market where so many mobile payment players are already going head to head? By offering a promotional rate on transactions as it enters the U.S. market.
Now that Sprint's replaced its long-time CEO and dropped a bid to acquire T-Mobile, what's next for the carrier? Answer hazy, ask again, analysts say.