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Some fitness trackers are out of step by more than 30pc, a researcher says.
When it comes to the latest crop of smartphones, there's good news and bad news.
Apple is planning to make Siri smarter and eventually will deploy the digital assistant on a standalone device.
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A little-known startup is gunning to be the first to sell bendable smartphones this year.
Reports of a huge Apple order indicate the iPhone 7 could deliver the biggest shake-up to the line in years.
While Google took a flashy approach to it augmented reality glasses, Microsoft is treading carefully.
If all goes smoothly, you'll be able to buy a Google modular smartphone next year.
While coarser gesture detection has been around for a bit, the new chips are more precise.
Two years after walking away, iconic cellphone brand Nokia returns to smartphones.
Huawei's new flagship smartphone features dual rear-facing cameras.
The company has a new smart-home speaker and virtual reality system.
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Razer is one PC company that is doing well while others struggle.
The company's digital offering is more profitable than classic paper notebooks.
The unmanned helicopter is designed to go into areas that are dirty, dark and dangerous. But it comes at a price.