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A new study shows that people want their health monitored by gadgets. Just not all of their health.
Coming in January, the app store for the privacy-focused Blackphone will only allow apps that pass several security tests.
iPhone fans, you can still take advantage of carriers' hot deals, but see the new devices in person to ensure you're getting the right one, says CNET's Marguerite Reardon in this edition of Ask Maggie.
The move is designed to add variety to your timeline and introduce you to new accounts, but some users have already given it the thumb's down.
Apple unveiled new features for Siri in the latest version of its mobile OS, but you don't need to wait for iOS 8 to find cool stuff to ask the voice assistant.
Built with the sole purpose of allowing mobile messaging without cell service or Internet, FireChat has grown into a rabbit hole somewhere between SnapChat and Chatroulette.
A Samsung executive explains why it stuck with the classic design and why the launch lacked the glitz of past events. He also hints at future S5 variations.
A new ad for NJoy e-cigarettes treads very close to suggesting that e-cigarettes are somehow healthier than your Marlboros. Yes, it even uses the line "friends don't let friends smoke."
The company has requested frequencies across the 2524-2546 and 2567-2625 MHz ranges. However, a source tells CNET that the testing isn't for delivering any service to consumers.