Samsung has finally introduced the iPhone 7-like glossy ‘Jet Black’ version of the Galaxy S7 Edge. Officially, the South Korean company is referring to its own version of Jet Black as Black Pearl.

Here’s what can get you banned as a rider or a driver from Uber. Uber has drawn the line for passenger and driver behavior with new guidelines that must be followed. Here are the details.

Starbucks and The Pokemon Go creators are officially teaming up in an collaboration to bring an enhanced real-world experience to excitable Trainers who have a passion for catching Pikachu and drinking flavored lattes.

Here’s how to try and play Nintendo’s Super Mario Run for iOS early right now ahead of the title’s release next week.

Apple is pushing movie studios to allow home rentals on iTunes of the new movies running in the cinemas, according to a new report.

Finally. After a long wait, Bluetooth 5 has launched. Here are details on its specs, range and features that you may find on Bluetooth 5-compaitble devices.

As you may already know by now, iOS 10.2 beta 7 is now available. But what feature changes, if any, does it bring to the table?

We are fairly sure that any technology lover in your life would absolutely love to receive an Oculus Rift in this year’s Christmas stocking. And, lo and behold, we find ourselves with an excellent Oculus deal for you that includes a $100 gift card thrown in for good measure. Check out today’s deals for yourself and see if anything springs out other than the Facebook-owned Rift.

Both Pebble and Fitbit have officially announced and hence confirmed that the speculations pertaining to Pebble’s demise are indeed true.

Apple is planning to release iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus in 2017 instead of iPhone 8, the lineup will also come in new red color, according to the latest round of rumors.

Only two days after releasing beta 6 seed, Apple has now made available for download iOS 10.2 beta 7 for both registered users of Apple Developer Program, as well as those public testers registered on Apple Beta Software Program.

Flickr has announced its annual stats for the year 2016, and not so surprisingly, Apple’s iPhone once again tops the list of most popular camera on the photo sharing service.

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