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Times are turbulent for BlackBerry, the once great smartphone manufacturer. However, the company could turn things around if it drops its hardware business.
If you're looking to for a serious introduction to virtual reality, but with a relatively low barrier to entry, the Samsung Gear VR is a good bet.
If you're looking for a device on the cutting edge of innovation, within the world of mobility, you need look no further than the Yota Phone 2.
Recently, Google released 70 new Google Now cards. Here are 10 that professionals can get the most out of.
If you're tired of an inefficient Android keyboard, Jack Wallen shows you a tip that can help speed up your typing by adding a dedicated number row.
Digital signatures can replace physical signatures for a more efficient and streamlined authorization process. Learn about what they can do and how they work.
If you're looking for a way to do a full backup of your non-rooted Android device, Jack Wallen illustrates how to manage this process with the Android SDK.
As the mobile market matures, money is shifting from app sales to sales through apps. That's good for developers.
MIT robotics lab director and creator of Jibo, the first family robot, Cynthia Breazeal, talked to TechRepublic about her career path and her vision for robotics.
Google might be adding "wireless carrier" to its list of business ventures. Here's what the move might mean for the company and how Google could pull it off.