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Sprint's got you covered with free Wi-Fi voice calls

Sprint announced that it will introduce Wi-Fi calling capabilities to The Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and the Galaxy Mega. The added coverage is intended to improve customers' cell service in locations where Sprint's network might fail.

Tech February 25, 2014

MWC 2014 promises to be a wild ride with wearables, the Samsung Galaxy S5 and a Nokia Android smartphone

Mobile World Congress 2014 begins on Feb. 24 in Barcelona, Spain. many big devices are expected to launch, including the Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC smartwatch and Nokia's first-ever Android smartphone.

Tech February 23, 2014

Amazon TV: Long overdue and coming soon

Amazon will reportedly launch its own web-based TV box in March. In the past, rumors that Amazon wanted to enter the TV business surfaced, but never came to fruition.

Tech February 24, 2014

YouTube goes to the spa, returns looking fresh with focus on playlists

YouTube got a makeover on Thursday and returned looking better than ever. The new YouTube also features a renewed focus on playlists.

Tech February 21, 2014

Drum roll, please - Samsung Galaxy S5 launches on Monday

The Samsung Galaxy S5 will launch on Monday in Barcelona, Spain at MWC 2014. A new teaser trailer hints that the S5 might have a super-fast processor, improved camera and even be waterproof.

Tech February 24, 2014

Valve Dota 2 'free to play' documentary set for March 19 release: What you should know

Valve has announced that it will release its "Free to Play" documentary next month. The documentary follows the life and the experiences of three Dota 2 players.

Tech February 23, 2014

Office Web Apps reincarnates as Office Online: What you should know

Microsoft has renamed Office Web Apps as Office Online and tweaked the service for a more cohesive user experience.

Tech February 23, 2014

Google goes back to the future with Project Tango

Google announced Project Tango on Thursday. The new project focuses on futuristic technology like 3D scanning and augmented reality gaming.

Tech February 21, 2014

Microsoft Office Online has replaced Office Web Apps: What you should know

In its fight against Google, Microsoft has re-branded Office Web Apps as Office Online.

Tech February 22, 2014

You'd be oh-so easy to stalk - Tinder revealed users' exact locations for months

Popular hookup app Tinder reportedly revealed users' exact locations for months without permission. Following the report, new concerns arose about users' safety on Tinder.

Tech February 20, 2014

It's a hoax! New lie detector spots social media fibs

Scientists created a lie detector system called Pheme, which can spot false reports on social media. The detector only needs 140 characters to figure out if the report is false.

Tech February 21, 2014

NYC joins the 21st century, adding free Wi-Fi to 40 more subway stations

Transit Wireless began its second phase of bringing free Wi-Fi service to 40 more subway stations in New York. The company also announced plans to bring service to several stations in Queens.

Tech February 22, 2014

Will BlackBerry reconsider selling BBM in light of WhatsApp sale?

Shortly after Facebook bought WhatsApp for $19 billion, BlackBerry's stocks rose under speculation that BlackBerry Messenger is worth a big pile of money. However, the important question isn't how much is BBM worth, it's will BlackBerry consider selling BBM?

Tech February 23, 2014

HTC rides wearable wave - Three devices in pipeline

HTC is reportedly planning to release three wearables at MWC 2014, including two smartwatches and a music playing wearable. One of the smartwatches will reportedly be a Google Now smartwatch, while the other will be based on Qualcomm's Toq hardware.

Tech February 20, 2014

New Google Maps is out: Here's what you get

Google started rolling out the new Google Maps to users around the globe.

Tech February 21, 2014

Microsoft lures cloud users to OneDrive with free 100GB storage

Microsoft threw a big punch at competitors by giving users a chance to get 100GB of free storage upon its launch.

Tech February 22, 2014

Facebook to buy WhatsApp for $19 bn: What does this mean for users of the messenger app?

Facebook surprised everyone by acquiring WhatsApp for a record $19 billion. What's up next for WhatsApp users?

Tech February 21, 2014

Found it! Nokia releases Treasure Tag with NFC

Nokia released a brand-new accessory for its Lumia smartphones called Treasure Tag. The chronically forgetful can put the brightly colored square with NFC capabilities on nearly any item, so that you can find it when you inevitably lose it again.

Tech February 19, 2014

Got fiber? Google plans huge fiber Internet expansion

Google announced that it plans to bring its super-fast fiber Internet service to several more cities. The new list of Google Fiber cities will grow to include Phoenix, Atlanta, Nashville, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, Texas, Charlotte, N.C. and Portland, Ore.

Tech February 20, 2014

Typing just got a whole lot easier - Fleksy opens iOS SDK to all developers

Fleksy opened its iOS SDK to all app developers on Thursday. Several iOS apps now come with an integrated Fleksy keyboard option.

Tech February 20, 2014

LG G2 Mini disappoints with shrunken specifications

Mini me smartphones almost always disappoint and LG's G2 Mini is no exception. The LG G2 Mini is not only smaller in size than the flagship, it is significantly less powerful.

Tech February 20, 2014

Slow data connection? Not anymore. Perlman's pCell arrives

Steve Perlman finally unveiled his 'breakthrough' invention called pCell, which he says will revolutionize cellular data. In a demo of the technology, smartphones, tablets and PCs are all shown simultaneously streaming 4K and 1080p video without a single hitch.

Tech February 20, 2014

OneDrive to rule them all - Microsoft aims to take out Dropbox with rebranded cloud storage

Microsoft made the transition from SkyDrive to OneDrive official today. The company is offering many incentives to users in hopes that they switch over to OneDrive.

Tech February 19, 2014

Next Apple MacBook may boast illuminated, touch-sensitive chassis: Here's why

Apple's next MacBook may tout a touch-sensitive and illuminated chassis.

Tech February 21, 2014

Bioshock fans shocked by news of Irrational Games closing shop: Ken Levine explains why

Ken Levine, the founder of Irrational Games, developer of the popular hit game series Bioshock, said the company will be shutting down as he is planning to commit to a "new venture" elsewhere.

Tech February 20, 2014

Apple earbuds 2.0 may be health-focused and boast 'head gesture' controls

Apple's earbuds 2.0 will likely be health-focused and tout "head gesture" controls.

Tech February 22, 2014

BlackBerry Messenger finally supports Android Gingerbread

BBM app finally offers support for devices running Android 2.3 Gingerbred.

Tech February 20, 2014

Bye, bye Android: Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 walks away with Tizen

Android may have been booted out of the running for the Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 smartwatch. Samsung reportedly favors the Tizen operating system for its revamped smartwatch.

Tech February 19, 2014

Be an Explorer, not a Glasshole, Google's quirky Do's and Don'ts suggest

To be an Explorer or to be a Glasshole? The new do's and don'ts list of Google aims to guide Glass users.

Tech February 19, 2014

White House supports net neutrality but says can't force FCC's hands

The White House has expressed its support for an Open Internet but said it cannot impose on the FCC what it needs to do.

Tech February 19, 2014

Bing joins fitness craze with new Health and Fitness app

Bing announced several new applications recently, including a Health and Fitness app. The new app aims to help users keep track of their workouts, diet, medicine and overall health.

Tech February 18, 2014

Bye, bye BioShock - Irrational Games to close its doors

BioShock creator, Ken Levine announced that Irrational Games will close its doors. The game developer said that he will lead a smaller operation in the creation of "narrative-driven games."

Tech February 19, 2014

Lync and Skype join forces as Microsoft adds an Android app

Microsoft announced increased compatibility between Lync and Skype at the Lync Conference on Monday. The company also said that it will release an Android Lync app in June 2014.

Tech February 18, 2014

Apple targets health with new fitness headphone patent

Apple was granted a new patent for fitness-tracking headphones. If the patent design is put into production, the new headphones will feature a heart rate monitor and other sensors.

Tech February 18, 2014

Samsung Galaxy S5 fingerprint sensor ups the ante

Unnamed sources confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S5 will feature a fingerprint sensor on its home button that will allow users to unlock the device with a swiping motion. Earlier rumors stated that the entire S5 display would work as a fingerprint sensor, but now that report has been dismissed.

Tech February 19, 2014

Save the date - HTC One 2 to launch March 25

HTC confirmed via Twitter that it will release the HTC One 2 on March 25 in London and New York. HTC hopes that the new flagship will help turn its fortunes around.

Tech February 18, 2014

Sony makes Microsoft eat dust: 5.3 million PS4 consoles sold versus 3.6 million Xbox One consoles sold

Sony is on a roll. The company has managed to sell over 5.3 million PlayStation 4 (PS4) copies ever since the console launched in November last year. Out of all the next generation video games consoles launched since 2012 up to this point, the PlayStation 4 is the fastest selling console and is on track to surpass 10 million units by the end of 2014 if things continue the way they are.

Tech February 21, 2014

New Taco Bell app lets you place orders with a tap: What you should know

Taco Bell has been beta testing a mobile application that will make ordering, pickup, and overall experience better for its Millennial customers.

Tech February 20, 2014

Microsoft teams up with Docusign to bring eSignatures to Office 365

Microsoft has inked an agreement with DocuSign so the latter's electronic signature apps will be integrated to its Office 365 services. ow users will be able to sign Office documents with a true eSignature.

Tech February 18, 2014

Twitch Plays Pokémon social experiment is the craziest, funniest thing we've ever seen

An estimated 50,000 to 70,000 people are watching Pokémon at the same time on the live streaming esports platform Twitch. Twitch Plays Pokémon is now one of the largest social experiments ever conducted.

Tech February 18, 2014

Scary! Tinder hookup app security flaw lets stalkers know your precise location

Tinder didn't want you to know that there was a time when hackers could easily track you via the app and a little effort.

Tech February 23, 2014

Wearable tech boom? Not just yet

The recent introduction of Google Glasses and the rumored debut of Apple's iWatch have tech experts now predicting that we are entering a new era in technology. The new market is loosely defined as the "wearable technology" or "wearables" market.

Tech February 22, 2014

Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes limited edition PS4 is real, but it is not what you might thnk

The Limited Edition PlayStation 4 is not a complete re-skinning of the main console. The difference comes in a gold sticker.

Tech February 22, 2014

The Xbox One Titanfall beta will blow your mind

The Xbox One Titanfall beta is finally out. Early reviewers agree that Titanfall is a great game, but will it be enough to boost Xbox One sales over the PlayStation 3?

Tech February 17, 2014

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