After Gazelle put a call out for the weirdest broken phone stories, the gems started rolling in. The top reasons for a broken phone include dropping it (30%) and water damage (13%), with "other"...
It's easy to assume that many iPhone users will profess their love for their smartphone when asked. These iPhone relationships are created out of the vigorous daily iPhone usage for everything from phone calls to e-mail and...
Gazelle recently did a study on the geographic location of broken cell phone shipments (mainly iPhones) they have received from their customers, then reported that data based on the top metropolitan areas that had the highest...
Soofa solar charging benches are coming soon to green spaces and parks in Boston and New York, providing residents with on-the-go charging stations.
Starbucks combined forces with Duracell in a joint commitment to wireless charging in U.S. coffee shops across the nation using Duracell's Powermats.
The coolest portable player that never took off: the MiniDisc.
What's gray, bigger than a sandwich, and supplied you with hundreds of hours of entertainment back in the 80s and 90s? The one, the only, Nintendo Game Boy
Seven patents were recently granted to Apple, including 3-D gesturing and earbuds with fitness-tracking features, that may appear on the upcoming iPhone 6.
Which smartphone should you choose to maximize your trade in value? Technology moves at a breakneck speed. Apple only released Siri in October 2011,...
The new Fever smartphone app helps its users find and book tickets to events by showing who within their social network is attending.
There is a BlackBerry Magnum rumor beginning to float in the smartphone realm. Will the company finally pull the trigger on this new device?
AT&T announced a new sponsored data feature that would allow companies to pay for the data used by specific apps.
We wanted to find the truth about rescuing drowned phones, so we gathered nine devices slated for recycli
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