smartphones

Apple addresses iPhone 6s battery issues

Apple addresses iPhone 6s battery issues

When you lead a busy and connected life, you rely on your phone for more than you'd probably care to admit. I tend to keep a pretty close eye on my phone's battery level throughout the day when I'm not in the office, so that I'm not surprised by a dead phone at an inopportune time. But what happens when your phone doesn't show the correct battery level? That's something iPhone 6s users are finding out.

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New Galaxy Note 5’s won’t let your stylus get stuck

New Galaxy Note 5’s won’t let your stylus get stuck

If you've ever had a device with a stylus, you've likely tried to put it in backwards at least once. Thankfully, every device I've owned like that wouldn't allow me to do much more than fumble for a few seconds, until I realized my error. Unfortunately for Samsung Galaxy Note 5 owners, that's not the case, and it can lead to big trouble.

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Microsoft brings top Windows Phone feature to iOS and Android

Microsoft brings top Windows Phone feature to iOS and Android

Microsoft has been trying to be a competitor in the smartphone business for years, but they haven't really succeeded in taking much market share from iOS and Android phones. That doesn't stop them from dreaming big. In fact, they're hoping that you'll choose their Word Flow Keyboard for all of your typing needs, even if you're not using their mobile OS.

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Could the Galaxy S7 get a stylus?

Could the Galaxy S7 get a stylus?

If you're looking for an Android device with a stylus, you're probably going to end up with a Galaxy Note, from Samsung. Currently, these devices are the only offering from Samsung which offer the small pen-like tool. However, thanks to a recent patent that's surfaced, it looks like we may be seeing smaller devices shipping with an S Pen.

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Facebook is developing their own Android app store

Facebook is developing their own Android app store

If you have a phone from Apple, you get your apps from their App Store. If you have an Android phone, you pick up apps from the Google Play Store. Pretty simple, right? Well, Facebook is concerned about not being able to distribute its apps via these methods in the future, so they're building their own app store.

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Motorola will unlock your Moto X, but only on Verizon’s network

Motorola will unlock your Moto X, but only on Verizon’s network

If you purchased a Moto X back in 2014, you've probably been pretty upset at the fact that you won't be getting the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. A little while back, Motorola announced that they wouldn't be pushing the update to carrier-locked versions of the popular phone. But now the company does have some good news, in that department.

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Google’s Nexus 5X gets a price cut

Google’s Nexus 5X gets a price cut

If you've been thinking about upgrading your old and busted Android phone, now might be a good time. Google recently announced that they would be making a permanent price cut to their popular entry-level phone, the Nexus 5X. It might not be the deepest discount, but it certainly helps.

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2016 Motorola smartphones to include fingerprint sensor, 5-inch display [Updated]

2016 Motorola smartphones to include fingerprint sensor, 5-inch display [Updated]

Lenovo Group SVP Chen Xudong has offered up some details about what Lenovo and Motorola have planned for their smartphone lines in 2016. Talking specifically about Lenovo the exec says that it launched too many smartphones last year and cluttered the lineup. In 2016, Lenovo will offer fewer devices to make the product range easier for consumers to understand.

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Zeiss and Fellowes Brand unveil trio of smartphone lenses

Zeiss and Fellowes Brand unveil trio of smartphone lenses

Zeiss and Fellowes Brand have announced a collaboration to produce lenses for smartphones, the first three of which were recently shown off at CES 2016. The two companies plan to launch telephoto, macro, and wide-angle lenses for the iPhone in the second quarter of this year, doing so with Zeiss optics in conjunction with the Fellowes ExoLens brand. The lenses are promised to “meet even the highest aesthetic standards.”

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Apple adds Night Shift and more in iOS 9.3 beta

Apple adds Night Shift and more in iOS 9.3 beta

The iOS 9.3 beta has been released today, and while it isn't exactly groundbreaking, there are a few new features worth looking at. Apple has put up a teaser page that gives us all of the details. But we've got a rundown of the best ones right here.

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Lenovo VIBE S1 Lite budget phone boasts 5″ FHD display

Lenovo VIBE S1 Lite budget phone boasts 5″ FHD display

Lenovo has introduced its newest smartphone, the budget-friendly VIBE S1 Lite. Despite its budget status, the phone brings with it some decidedly mid-tier specs, including a Full HD 5-inch “wide-view” display and up to 32GB of internal storage (complemented with a microSD card slot for expansion). The phone will be arriving soon in places where Lenovo’s other VIBE phones are sold, but unfortunately won’t be landing in the United States.

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Acer updates their Liquid Jade smartphone line with Primo

Acer updates their Liquid Jade smartphone line with Primo

Acer might not be the first company that you think of when it comes to smartphones. However, they've actually been in the game for a little bit. Today at CES they have announced the latest in their Liquid Jade line of smartphones.

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