GOP Suing for Hillary Clinton's Text Messages
The Republican National Committee announced today it is suing the State Department for access to more of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ’s records and those of her top aides. The RNC said it has filed two separate Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits in U.S. District Court in
The Candidates' Technology Game: How the Front-Runners Stack Up
If a presidential election was determined by a candidate's Twitter following, we'd have a President Donald Trump . We of course don't live in a Twitter democracy, so all eyes today will be on the Iowa caucuses , marking the first of the ballots cast for Republic and GOP candidates on the road to
Kyocera Debuts a Washable Smartphone in Japan
Germaphobes take note: Kyocera has debuted a new smartphone that can be washed with foam soap and water. Geared toward people who may use their devices in dirty situations (camping, in the bathroom), the Digno Rafre smartphone can be scrubbed with foam soap thanks to tighter sealing on the device
Samsung Unveils Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Note5, and They're Big and Curvy
Bigger is still better, according to Samsung . At an event in New York City today, the company unveiled two new phones that build on the company’s penchant for larger smartphone screens. The Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note5 both sport 5.7 inch Quad HD Super AMOLED displays. Building on the hardware
BlackBerry's Next Innovation Could Be Bacteria-Free Smartphone
Germaphobes take note: BlackBerry CEO John Chen revealed this week the company is considering developing a bacteria-free smartphone geared toward doctors and nurses as it continues to try and win over more health care enterprise customers. Chen teased the idea when speaking at a Mackenzie Health
BlackBerry Leaps Back to Touchscreens With New Phone at Mobile World Congress
BlackBerry is hoping people shopping for a mid-market smartphone will take a leap on their latest device. The Canadian company unveiled the BlackBerry Leap at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today, marking a shift from the traditional QWERTY phones that have come to define the device. Geared
Kim Kardashian Talks 'Selfies' and Upcoming Book Release
With 27.2 million Instagram followers, Kim Kardashian is no stranger to social sharing. In an interview with Adweek, the queen of social media spoke out about her upcoming book, which will feature selfie photography captured over the years. "[I took] my first selfie in 1984 and that opens up the
Techbytes: Samsung Takes on the iPhone 6
The company released two new phone models with a curved glass display and the ability to charge wirelessly.
AT&T to Begin Selling BlackBerry 'Passport'
Blackberry smartphone features a 4.5 inch square display and unique triple row key pad.