The 3-D printable "clip-on" can turn any smartphone into a fully functional microscope.
Google believes the solution to the "good morning" madness is its new app, Files Go, which chooses specific files for possible deletion.
Psychologists are pushing back on a letter to Apple by two of its investors about the supposed dangers of smartphone use.
Other vulnerable countries have had systems in place for years.
"The priest says 'lift up your hearts.' He does not say, 'lift up your cell phones to take pictures.'"
Scientists mixed the "miracle material" graphene with silver to produce a super flexible touchscreen.
Since its debut, 'Clash of Clans' has been characterized by its viral popularity and community creativity.
Some Coloradoans are hoping the 2018 ballot will include Initiative 29, which would forbid stores from allowing the sale of smartphones to anyone under 13.
Apps aren’t required to declare who they share data with—and when they do, it's often buried in long legal documents that a typical customer won’t read, much less understand.
A new technology hopes to make dead batteries a thing of the past.
The material, developed by chemists at the University of California, could reach the market in 2020.
Seventy-two new emojis are being added to Apple's next software update.
Author's experiences with his own daughter inspired the 'iShrieks' series of books, which combine scary stories with kids' interest in devices.
Scientists discover way to double battery life of smartphones, electric cars and other electronics.
They did not know it was illegal for children to share naked pictures of themselves.
The 'introspection engine' would slide over an iPhone 6 and monitor antennas to detect incoming or outgoing signals.
An artificial intelligence "off" switch and the existence of bulletproof bookbags are among the five things we learned this week.
One of the smartphones will be able to fold completely in half.