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Sony Xperia 1 II launches in July for *cough* $1,200

Sony was supposed to launch its new flagship, the Xperia 1 II, in late February, during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. That never happened as the MWC was...

A beefier Motorola Razr with 5G is reportedly dropping in the fall

Maybe call it a comeback? Motorola's revived Razr, which released earlier in 2020 as a folding-screen flip phone, definitely underwhelmed. But now there's some chatter that another one may...

Contact-tracing app caught sharing location data with Foursquare

Contact-tracing apps are problematic, and that's before they violate their own privacy policies.  The Care19 app, developed for the North Dakota Department of Health by developer ProudCrowd, was...

Google’s mobile search app just got a snazzy new dark mode

Starting Tuesday, Google will begin rolling out a dark mode setting for its mobile search app on Android and iOS.  Once that update is live, the app should default to dark...

A beer app is the latest privacy thorn in the U.S. military’s side

Some people really just shouldn't post. Falling into that category, again, are members of the U.S. military who share photos of beer and digitally "check-in" to their...

New algorithm discovers hundreds of Android ‘creepware’ apps

Academic researchers from New York University, Cornell Tech, and NortonLifeLock have discovered hundreds of so-called creepware apps available on the Android Play Store, which Google has since removed.

Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro will have a silky smooth ProMotion display, report claims

In the last year or so, Android flagship smartphones with 90Hz and 120Hz refresh rate displays have basically become the norm, leaving Apple's iPhone 11 Pro and its lowly...

WHO is working on an app with coronavirus information and, maybe, contact tracing

If you're still not sure what symptoms constitute COVID-19, the World Health Organization is making a mobile app for you. Reuters reported Saturday that the WHO is...

Samsung will launch a Samsung Pay debit card this summer

Samsung announced on Tuesday that it has plans to expand Samsung Pay's services to include both a debit card and a cash management account backing it.

North Dakota launched a contact-tracing app. It’s not going well.

Contact-tracing apps have been hailed as a crucial tool in the battle against the coronavirus. But as states rush to release their own home-baked versions, not everything has gone...

7 things your Android phone can do that make iPhone users jealous

From default apps to deep customization, Android phones can do a lot that iPhones simply can't. The never-ending debate between Android and iOS owners regarding which platform is better feels...

The Charge Running app is the perfect cure for those self-distancing blues

Work(out) From Home is a weekly column where we review smart fitness machines and apps in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Thanks to technology, there are still plenty of...

iPhone sales may be down, but business is booming for Apple Music and the...

Consumers aren't rushing to buy as many iPhones, iPads, or other Apple products as before the pandemic, but the company's services seem to be doing just fine. 

Apple makes it (slightly) less annoying to unlock your iPhone with a mask on

Have you struggled to unlock your iPhone while wearing a face mask? Well, Apple will soon have a fix for that. Sort of.

Google Pixel Buds review: Android gets a worthy AirPods rival

Google's real AirPods competitor is finally here, unfortunate timing be damned. They may not have many reasons to go outside at the moment, but Android...
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