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Smartphones equipped with Qualcomm modems are not vulnerable to a recently announced vulnerability that could potentially allow attackers to take over cellular network gear and consumer mobile devices.
Sources tell Android Police that the company may ditch its Android variant and instead focus on apps following a round of layoffs.
According to SurveyMonkey, Pokémon Go remains incredibly popular in the US, but is already beginning to decline.
While it may seem like half the world is chasing Pokemon right now, a majority of the world’s population doesn’t even use the internet. About 3.9 billion people, or 53 percent of the population, will still be offline at the end of this year, the International Telecommunication Union estimates.
European Union plans to extend export licensing of so-called "dual-use" technologies to include cyber-surveillance tools could put the brakes on sales of smartphones.
Verizon is forcing heavy data users to get off its unlimited plan or get off the carrier's network entirely.
Pokémon Go has launched in Japan with a new revenue stream -- corporate sponsorship from McDonald’s.
Pokémon Go is taking over the world, and players in San Francisco put together a massive gathering aimed at bringing fans of the game together in the high tech mecca. Here's how it all went down.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has come up with a concept iPhone case that can help prevent the government from finding your location.
The new keyboard predicts emoji as you type, using Swiftkey's word-predicting technology.
Over 11,000 people have signed a petition asking Apple not to deploy technology that would allow third parties like the police to use it to disable cameras on user phones under certain circumstances.
When lots of people gather for concerts or sports events, cellular carriers often bring their networks to the scene with cell towers mounted on trucks, or COWs (cells on wheels). Not to be outdone, Comcast is joining the fray using Wi-Fi.
From smartphones to self-driving, Nvidia's Tegra chips have been used in many ways. And the next-generation Tegra is just around the corner.
Skype is leaving behind its peer-to-peer roots and going all in on the cloud.
Twitter opens up the verification process for everyone.