Since launching in February this year, Tress has attracted 50,000 users from more than 90 countries.
Millions of devices were recalled after users claimed their devices had caught fire.
They did not know it was illegal for children to share naked pictures of themselves.
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One of the smartphones will be able to fold completely in half.
The RoBoHoN smartphone can text, email, call...and dance.
Sharp's humanoid smartphone recognizes your face, dances to music and hails taxis.
A North Carolina 17-year-old is facing 10 years in jail for sexually exploiting himself.
Tech company Thync have released a device which they claim can calm you down or pump you up.
The aluminium battery is safer, cheaper and more durable, say researchers.
The latest version of the iconic toy can connect to the Internet, raising privacy concerns.
An upstate New York woman reached a settlement with the government after the DEA created a fake Facebook profile of her to nab drug dealers.
Senators release letter outlining loose FBI restrictions regarding "stingray" technology.
After notorious #Bendgate incident, Apple may be entering the flexible phone market.
"Starbug" was able to re-create the thumbprint of German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen using public photographs.
This Christmas, e-waste levels are likely to be higher than ever.
The Boeing Black phone is aimed at government agencies and others that need to keep communications and data secure.