Gadgets, Smartphones & Tech

smartphone,A consumer based economy always lends itself to technology, as members of the economy demand the newest, coolest gadgets. Because of that, it is pertinent for both consumers and investors to be aware of the current tech trends and most recent products. When everyone is scrambling to buy the newest iPhone or sort out the latest Apple rumors, investors are doing the same with Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock.

Reduce the scramble in your life by reading our reviews and analysis on the latest tech companies and their products.


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Thursday Apple Rumors: iPhone 6S May Have 12MP Camera

Thursday's Apple Rumors include a the removal of Home Sharing for music in iOS 8.4, a possible battery upgrade in the Watch 2 and more. Read Article

LG G4 Review: Galaxy S6 Faces a Serious Android Contender

Our LG G4 review shows new flagship takes risks, but pulls it off and keeps the Android advantage of replaceable battery and memory card. Read Article

5 Ways Cisco Is Moving Forward With IoT (CSCO)

The Internet of Things is touted as being full of potential, and IoT leader Cisco is pushing the boundaries in new, important ways. Read Article

Summer Gadget Guide 2015: The Best Portable Grills

In this summer gadget guide, we cover five of the best portable grills to ensure your BBQ is great no matter where you go. Read Article

Wednesday Apple Rumors: iPhone 6s May Have Faster Downloads Speeds

Wednesday's Apple Rumors include possible new colors for an updated iPod line, a new iOS 9 beta with Music support on the way and more. Read Article

GOING VIRAL: Siri, What Is 0 Divided by 0?

Apple's Siri has a fun response for anyone that asks her what 0 divided by 0 is, along with answers for any other numbers divided by 0. Read Article

Standalone Facebook Messenger Won’t Make Money

Allowing use of Facebook Messenger without a FB account could make it the most popular chat app in the world, but there's no money in it. Read Article

Apple’s iPhone Battery Replacement Policy Just Got a Lot Better

Apple has made changes to its iPhone battery replacement policy that allow owners with AppleCare+ to switch out a draining battery sooner. Read Article

MSFT and AOL to Take On GOOGL With New Microsoft Bing Deal

MSFT will hand over responsibility of ad sales to AOL in January, and Microsoft Bing will become the default AOL search engine. Read Article

Samsung Galaxy S6 Active Review: Plastic is Back in a More Durable Galaxy S6

Galaxy S6 Active is plastic, but in return offers the performance of the Samsung Galaxy S6 in a rugged form with better battery life. Read Article

Apple iPhone 7 May Come With Force Touch

A knowledgable source claims the iPhone 7 may come with Force Touch, a feature the Apple Watch and new Macbooks come with. Read Article

Bad News for SpaceX, NASA as Falcon 9 Rocket Explodes After Liftoff

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying supplies for the International Space Station exploded after liftoff on Sunday. Read Article

Google Health Band Takes Wearables Beyond Consumers

Google X is testing a new addition to the wearables market, a medically accurate Google health band currently undergoing medical trials. Read Article

Who Will Win the Battle of Wearables? (FIT, AAPL)

With the successful IPO of fitness tracker maker Fitbit (FIT) a couple of weeks ago, the wearables industry has officially gone mainstream. Read Article

Friday Apple Rumors: Apple May Be Looking to Buy Privaris

Friday's Apple Rumors include new product care policies, a new Apple Watch strap to extend battery life and a possible acquisition. Read Article

Amazon Echo: One Step Closer to Friendly Home AI

With Amazon Echo now available to everyone, AMZN may become a formidable leader in the home automation space. Read Article

Xbox Live Gold Doubles the Number of Free Games Offered Monthly

Microsoft is increasing the number of Xbox One games that Gold Xbox Live Gold members will get every month from one to two. Read Article

Disney World, Disneyland Ban Selfie Sticks in All Parks

Disney World, Disneyland and all of the company's other parks are placing bans on selfie sticks, citing safety concerns to justify the ban. Read Article

Fallout Shelter: The New Most Popular Game in App Store

'Fallout Shelter', a new game from Bethesda released on June 15, 2015, is now the most popular game in the Apple's App Store Read Article

New Twitter Hashflags: Serena Williams Unveils Wimbledon Emojis

New Twitter hashflags have been revealed by Serena Williams as the social media company prepares for Wimbledon with emoji. Read Article