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It's actually not that weird. Rather than using your fingerprint, this technology merely recognizes you by your vein structure.
Google's new trick for more app installs is a nudge to watch an app's promotional video right from the Play Store's main page.
All the cool kids are using Line and WhatsApp. What’s your excuse?
PCWorld's Gordon Mah Ung, Florence Ion and Jon Phillips discuss the significance of the new Windows Phone release from VAIO.
Thanks to some wacky invites we know it's going to be a big day for new phones in just a couple of weeks.
The new features could make it more likely you'll leave your phone in your pocket next time you take a call or respond to a text.
The update follows a similar revamp of the iOS app, which is designed to make Bing a friendly destination on mobile devices.
AdBlock Plus used new APIs from Samsung to banish ads in its browser, but Google wasn't too hip with the innovation.
Once it goes live on your device, you'll be able to browse and listen to a wide range of different podcasts.
Microsoft is buying SwiftKey, the developer of a popular software keyboard for Android and iOS phones -- even though it already has its own software keyboard, Word Flow.
Google followed through on its promise to address battery life in Android 6.0.
In this week's episode of the PCWorld Show, we ponder why PCs are killing tablets, why Microsoft would buy SwiftKey, why anyone would make a new Windows phone, and why we love (or hate) USB-C.
Samsung's head-first jump into virtual reality continues with a new gadget that could help fill the VR content gap.
The carrier has since backed off, but not before selling at least some of the phones through its online store.
Google has patched thirteen new vulnerabilities in Android, two of which could allow attackers to take control of Android devices located on the same wireless network.
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