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The nickel-sized piece of tech adheres to your wrist and enables instant unlocking.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen leaks news of a new BlackBerry device that is set to launch in September at an event in London.
In some fascinating comments about privacy and security, the Microsoft co-founder admits that he does use e-mail to send confidential messages. And he expects a level of security from his gadgets.
Check out the features of Pandora for Windows Phone.
GCHQ secretly gained access to fiber-optic cables that carry the world's phone calls and Internet activity, reports the Guardian, and it's sharing the data with the NSA.
Lenovo's 5.5-inch K900 phone appears to be the first smartphone to use new Intel dual-core phone chip.
Samsung TecTiles are NFC stickers let you perform any task on your Android phone by simply waving it at a sticker.
The relatively obscure mobile OS, which pairs Linux with a Web app interface, wins over a major Chinese mobile-phone maker. Also: Tizen's beta source code is out.
Intel and MasterCard want to use near-field communication (NFC) to pay for things by touching your phone on your Ultrabook laptop.
Vodafone customers could be vulnerable to phone tapping, a hacker group claims, due to a security flaw with Vodafone's Sure Signal femotcell boxes.