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Google makes it easy for your phone to link with other phones in close proximity, but not many apps make use of the feature.
A Silicon Valley startup says it's developed a better lens for smartphone photography -- one that produces clearer images without the distortion often seen in photos from competing lenses.
DynaOptics says its proprietary freeform lens will result in better smartphone images. We tested it out.
The location-based tool may help you download a boarding pass app at the airport or an audio tour during a trip to the museum.
Itching for some fresh apps and games? Here are our latest Play Store picks.
Motorola's OneCompute could be the best solution we've seen yet for bringing Android to the desktop. And if this prototype Moto Mod looks a lot like Windows 10's Continuum to you, you know why Microsoft might be nervous.
Such a move would only make sense if Apple plans to integrate some type of revenue-generating services into the platform.
The Phab 2 Pro won't fit in your pocket, but you'll forget about that once you dive into its augmented-reality wonders.
Motorola's new flagship phones have renewed our faith in mobile modularity. It also helps that they're incredibly stylish devices.
This is simply way too cool to put down.
Modular smartphones that are functional and stylish? Check out how Motorola lets you upgrade the Moto Z for better sound, longer battery life, and built-in projection.
Facebook now converts your panoramas into '360 photos' that you can view with a VR headset.
Moto executives proclaimed the Moto Z to be metaphysical perfection, while promising modules will be forward compatible.
Lenovo will build more virtual and augmented reality devices after its new Phab2 Pro smartphone, and virtual reality headsets may be high on that list.
Lenovo's new Phab2 Pro, developed with Google, brings augmented reality to smartphone screens without the need for a headset.
While it’s not a major carrier, the network could help in some areas where T-Mobile and Sprint aren’t up to snuff.
Google Play will switch to the same 85/15 cut with subscription content, but unlike Apple won't require a one-year wait.