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...
Using smartphones after office hours can damage workers' productivity by robbing them of quality sleep, a new study suggests.
The new Paper by Facebook app has already run into trouble days after its February 3 release, as it shares a name with Paper by FiftyThree.
Facebook is launching Paper, a news app that curates a person's interests and enable users to view stories in their News Feed in a variety of designs.
Google has reportedly purchased the UK artificial intelligence startup, DeepMind, for $650m. This is the largest UK acquisition for Google up to date...
Google has unveiled the future of Google Glass: versions of the device compatible with prescription lenses.
An anonymous Samsung executive confirmed Samsung's upcoming entry into the smartglass market.
Millions of consumers around the country turn to Gazelle when they want cold hard cash for their unwanted devices. And believe it or not, one of the...
If keeping up with bank balances, statements, and receipts is proving to be a bit too much to handle, there are plenty of budgeting apps to help.
This year's record-breaking cold and snow has created an even greater need for good in-car technology to ensure a safe and comfortable drive. Here are...
Tech marketplace StackSocial has released an iOS app for iPhone, making it easier for users to access the latest innovations in gaming, software and...
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