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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Tuesday Apple Rumors: Watch Owners Complain of Limited Workout Battery

Tuesday's Apple Rumors include a website for Watch band developers being opened, new Watch patents and battery life issues. Read Article

Does Apple Watch Have a Battery Life Problem?

Apple Watch may have a battery life problem as early adopters have complained that it doesn't last as long during workouts. Read Article

Facebook Inks Deal to Use Nokia Here Maps

Facebook Inc has signed a deal to use Nokia Corporation's Here maps and is testing them on its mobile website, Messenger and Instagram apps. Read Article

Apple TV Remote Control to Get Major Makeover

Apple Inc. will be making major changes to its remote for its next-generation Apple TV by removing a button and adding a touch pad. Read Article

Google+ Collections: 5 Things to Know About the New Pinterest-Like Feature

A new feature called Google+ Collections has been launched. It resembles Pinterest but with a few differences. Read Article

New Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins Is Exactly What CSCO Needs

Cisco stock will remain a worldwide IT leader with Chuck Robbins as new CEO. There are advantages to having a salesman as the new Cisco CEO. Read Article

Monday Apple Rumors: Accessory Makers May Use Hidden Apple Watch Port

Monday's Apple Rumors include YouTube missing from some Apple TVs, smart light bulbs for Homekit and a hidden port on the Apple Watch. Read Article

Greased Lightning: NASA Tests Electric Plane With 10 Engines

NASA is testing a new electric plane with 10 engines called the 'Greased Lightning' that can take off vertically and weighs 62 pounds. Read Article

Facebook Opens Up Amid Backlash

Facebook Inc has opened up its to more developers while controversy surrounds the service from Net Neutrality activists. Read Article

Friday Apple Rumors: Possible iPad Pro Case Shows Up Online

Friday's Apple Rumors include industrial renderings of the iPad Pro, confirmation from Apple that tattoos can interfere with Watch and more. Read Article

Free Music Service Grooveshark Shuts Down: Here’s Why …

Grooveshark, a free music streaming service, shut down on April 30 as part of a settlement agreement with major record companies. Read Article

Facebook News: FB Fixes Glitch That Deleted Posts, Prevented Updates

Facebook Inc encountered a bug that was deleting users posts and not allowing them to make new posts that contained outside links. Read Article

Apple Watch Teardown: How Much Does It Cost AAPL to Make One?

The Apple Watch isn't as expensive for Apple Inc. to make as you may think and only costs 24% of its retail price to produce. Read Article

Thursday Apple Rumors: Next iPhone May Have Two Cameras

Thursday's Apple Rumors include an estimated component price for the Apple Watch, the testing of App Analytics for some developers and more. Read Article

Anonymous Chat App ‘Secret’ Shuts Down, Returns Money to Investors

Secret, a social media app that allows users to remain anonymous, has shut down and the startup will return money to investors. Read Article

Google Messenger App Adds Quick Reply Feature

A new update to the Google Messenger app adds a quick reply feature that doesn't require opening the app to respond to a message. Read Article

@TwitterFood to Serve Up Food-Related Tweets

Twitter Inc has launched a new place for people to talk and share information and photos about food at its '@TwitterFood' handle. Read Article

Apple Watch Shipments Delayed Due to Defective Component

The delay in Apple Watch shipments is because Apple had to scrap several Watches due to a faulty component that would wear out over time. Read Article

Bungled Apple (AAPL) Watch Rollout: Tim Cook Is No Steve Jobs

Apple (AAPL) stock fell Thursday as the Apple Watch rollout slows due to a faulty taptic engine. Tim Cook's ineptitude, ladies and gentlemen. Read Article

Surface 3 Review: Finally, a Decent Windows Tablet for Consumers

Surface 3 review shows Microsoft’s new Surface tablet a big improvement over the Surface RT, but extras like the Type Cover add up fast. Read Article