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Home Depot is currently investigating a suspected breach of customer data, potentially making it the latest victim of retail hackings involving customer credit card information.
Following additional deliberations, a US jury left the total damages to be paid by Samsung to Apple unchanged at US$119.6 million.
In the latest Apple versus Samsung trial, the Cupertino-company accused the South Korean phone maker …
Korean giant Samsung has unveiled its first ever smartwatch at the IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin, Germany on 4th September, according to various media sources.
Apple revealed a fully redesigned iOS 7 at its Worldwide Developers Conference recently. The company also previewed its highly anticipated iTunes Radio service at the same event.
Apple CEO Tim Cook called the revamp “the biggest …
Joy & Revelry, an e-commerce platform that allows style influencers to acquaint their audiences with exceptional products based on their design preferences, is now officially out of beta.
Credit cards make shopping much safer and more convenient than using cash. The same could be said for smartphones, which represent a marked improvement in communication over the traditional telephone.
Smartphones have become some of the most widely used gadgets these days. However, they can only be fully enjoyed and used by people without any sensory impairment, leaving out people with vision and hearing issues.
The availability of 4G and the absence of contract plans are important considerations for Americans when buying a smartphone, according to research jointly conducted by Compete and search giant Google.
Chinese smartphone maker ZTE’s collaboration with the world’s biggest chip maker Intel has led to the creation of a new product, according to media reports.
A smartphone owner is likely to log in to his Facebook account through the mobile device rather than via a desktop computer. With this in mind, the social networking giant thought it may be time to design a smartphone specially designed for Facebook.
Perhaps it’s time to say goodbye to PCs as more teenagers in the US now surf the internet through their smartphones. Compared to just 23 per cent last year, 37 per cent of teens in 2012 went online via smartphones, according to The Internet and American Life Project by the Pew Research Centre.
What if you could scroll a text just by staring at the screen of your smartphone? Samsung is reportedly trying to make that possible with its next flagship handset, the Galaxy S IV smartphone.