Nintendo is offering replacement Labo parts on the phone and through its online store.
A new report suggests that there may be two 6.1-inch iPhones this year, including one with dual SIM card slots.
ZTE is going to have some trouble making phones for the United States. The Chinese company was just hit by a ban on American exports from the Department of Commerce.
An increasing number of police departments and federal authorities have devices that can unlock iPhones.
The Federal Trade Commission is warning companies that they can't slap "warranty voided if removed" stickers on their products.
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Leap Motion has revealed in augmented reality developer kit, with open source hardware and software to make cheap headsets with accurate hand-tracking on board.
On June 19, Twitter is poised to replace its "streaming services," removing key features from third-party Twitter apps.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg, other execs can recall Facebook Messenger messages. Facebook now says it will extend the 'unsend' feature to everyone.
Apple is reportedly in the beginning stages of testing iPhones with curved displays as well as touchless gestures.
Apple is reportedly ditching Intel chips on Macs for its own starting in 2020, which represents a huge shift in strategy and for consumers.
Because LG didn't unveil the LG G7 at Mobile World Congress this year, we're still waiting on its official announcement. But that hasn't stopped a detailed render from leaking onto the internet.
New report details how Facebook keeps copies of videos users recorded but didn't publish to the social network.
If you have a Nintendo Switch, don't get a third-party dock for it. Reports suggest they can brick your system.
A new report says that Apple is readying a foldable iPhone for 2020, which would double as a tablet.
After 5 days, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally responded to a scandal in which an outside firm collected data on 50 million users.
Report says the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is searching electronic devices at security checkpoints for domestic flights.
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