Mobile Phones
Is It a Watch? A Phone? No, It's a Puls

Is It a Watch? A Phone? No, It
Musician/technologist has unveiled a new wearable smartphone called the Puls. While it's worn on the wrist like a smart watch, the Puls, stressed, is not a watch but "a new paradigm."
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Samsung's Note-Worthy Smartphone
With Apple's release of larger-screen iPhones, Samsung's flagship Galaxy phones no longer have the distinction of being "the next big thing." But there's plenty to like in the Galaxy Note 4.
With Z3, Sony Will Hit U.S. Faster
Sony is launching its new Xperia Z3 waterproof smartphone. The phones are hitting U.S. stores as Sony ramps up efforts to expand its tiny market share by getting to the American market faster.
New iPhone 6 Issue Pretty Hairy
The latest scandal around the new iPhone 6 is particularly hairy: some users say the new Apple device catches strands of hair between the phone's screen and the metal frame, and pulls them out.
Voice Technologies Distract Drivers
Hands-free tech should make driving safer -- three out of four drivers believe hands-free tech is safe to use -- but Appleā€™s Siri and various in-car systems could ultimately drive you toward a fender bender.
Feds Indict Spy App Maker
Uses geolocation data to stalk victims.
Apple Sorry for Week of Fiascos
Take a deep breath -- all will be fixed.
FBI Slams Apple, Google Over Privacy
Wants backdoors into their products.
New BlackBerry Aims for Business
First device featuring new OS platform.
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