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Chase has revamped its iPhone application with a new design that aims to turn mobile banking into an experience as opposed to a dreary chore.
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Just because Samsung is the world's biggest smartphone maker doesn't mean it makes the world's best smartphones.
Steve Ballmer famously stomped an iPhone during a company event, showing his distaste for the rival in the desktop and mobile operating systems market.
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There was a point in time where Zynga's cash cow Farmville was almost impossible to escape.
Apple apparently wants to make it easier for iPhone and iPad users to identify the songs they hear, so the company is reportedly planning on including Shazam's song identification technology in iOS 8. Including Shazam as a system-level feature would make it easier to answer those "what song is playing" questions, but could put a crimp in sales of ... (more)
Neophyte CEO Satya Nadella held an event in San Francisco Tuesday, his third public appearance in three weeks.
A Berlin-based researcher says he has managed to fool the fingerprint-based security system on Samsung's new Galaxy S5 smartphone using wood glue and a picture of the original print.
One M8 and Nexus 5. The results showed that using a plastic case for phones is not necessarily a point against the South Korean giant.
I missed my brother's anniversary last week. But I have a very 21st-century excuse: I lost it in the cloud.
The Apple vs Samsung legal battle has been full of low points for both companies as they spare for global domination, but an email from Samsung's VP of Sales fired off just two days after Steve Jobs' death shows how heartless the war has gotten.
Typo halted the sale of its add-on keyboard for the iPhone on Tuesday after an injunction took effect that bans it from being imported to the U.S. The injunction is part of a patent lawsuit brought against it by BlackBerry and was triggered when BlackBerry put up a $500,000 bond with the court.
A Diocese of Scranton priest accused of inappropriately touching a teenage girl in 1998 told investigators he searches the Internet for depictions of women being strangled, chloroformed and sexually assaulted.
William Torres, 22, and Kayla Nunez, 19, both from New York, were arrested Saturday for investigation of communications fraud, theft by deception and possession of forged documents.