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Answer Android calls by waving your hand with Air Call-Accept

Air Call-Accept is a new app that allows you to answer calls on your Android phone by waving your hand over its proximity sensor. It mimics the air call-accept feature available on the Samsung Galaxy S4.

By July 26, 2013

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One woman's small nightmare with a demo iPad Air sold by AT&T

Monica Hall went to an AT&T store to buy an iPad Air. It turned out to be a demo model. What followed is the stuff of complete confusion and customer frustration.

By December 8, 2013

Review

Sonos Playbar

The Sonos Playbar is cleverly designed and does great fake surround, but it's better suited to current Sonos customers than newcomers.

March 4, 2013

3.5 stars Editors' rating March 4, 2013
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Power Macintosh G5: Can only accept combined AirPort/Bluetooth card

Power Macintosh G5: Can only accept combined AirPort/Bluetooth card

By April 20, 2006

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Verizon set to launch voice-over-LTE service nationwide

The VoLTE network, which will provide high-definition voice service and a new Skype-like video chat service, will debut for consumers in the coming weeks.

By August 26, 2014

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Software updates coming to a Sidekick 3 near you

T-Mobile announces it will send over-the-air software updates to the Sidekick 3.

By March 20, 2007

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Sprint CEO Dan Hesse's farewell memo to employees

Sprint's Hesse lists the highlights of his nearly seven-year tenure at the company.

By August 6, 2014

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Take, edit screenshots on Galaxy Note devices with the S Pen

The S Pen stylus that comes with the Samsung Galaxy Note II, Note 8.0, and Note 10.1 differentiates those devices from other smartphones and tablets. One of the cool things you can do with the S Pen is take and edit screenshots.

By August 21, 2013

Editors' Take

Apple iPhone 6

We show you what the iPhone 6 looks like, feels like, and how it stands up to the competition.

September 9, 2014

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OK, Glass, have an NBA player dunk in my face

The NBA's Sacramento Kings are using technology from CrowdOptic that lets fans see what players, cheerleaders, and announcers are seeing through their Google Glass. In real time.

By March 18, 2014