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Samsung patents augmented reality keyboard for Galaxy Glass or Gear Glass
One day, we might all be wearing some sort of smart glasses such as Google Glass, the Galaxy Glass, and/or something else. I don't know abou
Visa and MasterCard use Android KitKat to make mobile payments easier
Visa and MasterCard are trying to make mobile payments a lot more accessible today as they both announce support for a new way to pay over N
Pomegranates could help your smartphone battery last 10 times longer
We all could use longer lasting batteries on our smartphones, and now researchers at Stanford have discovered a way to extend the life of li
Did you know Samsung could buy Android first, but laughed it out of court?
The year is 2005. There are no smartphones, at least not by today’s standards. Carriers control not just what apps run on your phone…
Qualcomm's new Ultra Sound Notepad technology will be demoed at CES next...
One of the new features possible with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 805 processor is set to be demoed next week at CES in Las Vegas. Ultra Sound Not
Rollerball pen turns doodles into working circuits
Good-bye, breadboard. Scientists at the University of Illinois have come up with a conductive, water-based ink that lets you draw working ci
Motorola signs a manufacturing partner for Project Ara's modular smartph...
Project Ara, Motorola's plan to create modular smartphones, is among the most ambitious ideas we've seen, but the company isn't wasting time
The transparent and flexible electronics of the future could be printed ...
If the dreamers of the tech world have their way, the day will come when we'll use 3D printers to produce everything we need, from nourishin
Strange malware thought to communicate over computer speakers
An in-depth report from Ars Technica highlights a rootkit (a piece of software that typically hides itself deep in an operating system's Ker
Researchers beat fiber optic broadband speeds using visible LED light
High speed data is already being transmitted by visible light to the moon, so why not in your living room, too? After the Fraunhofer Institu
Here's why the Apple iPhone 5s' accelerometer is off
A little over ten days ago, we reported on what turned out to be a widely publicized issue with the new Apple iPhone 5s – it's accelerometer
[Rumor] Google's New Launcher In Android 4.4 Is Called 'Google Experienc...
Several days ago, I started a series of rumor posts on my personal Google+ account discussing some Android rumors I felt were interesting en
Browser Wars: the best 10 Android browsers go toe-to-toe, part 1
benchmarking overall browser performance is a tricky affair. There's always the fear that one or all (in which case its fine) of the browser
Breakthrough sensor to give our smartphones a sense of smell
Sensors are the next big step for smartphones on the road to the Star Trek dream-device, the tricorder, and a new miniature “electronic nose
New ultra-thin glass is just two atoms thick, earns Guinness World Record
A new record for the world's thinnest sheet of glass has been set, and it comes in at just two atoms thick. The ultra-thin glass, now recogn
Cota by Ossia hopes to charge your phone wirelessly, no contact required
We've all heard of wireless charging before, but most solutions still require your phone to come in touch with a base station. Well, Cota is