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Smartphones promise to be the next big thing in consumer banking, holding the promise of everything from fewer trips to the local bank branch or ATM to the convenience of tap-and-go payments at retail outlets.
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Pinque Noire takes her dogs, Obsidian and Jasper, for a walk in Longmont last month.
The non-scientific study counted 1500 respondents who listed the features that will convince them to make the buy.
The video was posted on YouTube today by ConceptsiPhone. The authors shows a 4.7-inch model with a redesigned home screen and an enhanced Fetina Display.
Retired state worker and amateur photographer Bob Bittner talks on Wednesday about the spirits he felt while taking a photo inside a building at Bodie, a ghost town east of the Sierra Nevada mountain range.
The high-definition camera, which went online Friday evening, offers daytime observation of the nest in natural light and uses infrared lighting at night to avoid disturbing turtles.
The jump from Sony's Xperia Z1 to the Xperia Z2 was relatively minor, so don't be surprised if this familiar-looking leak turns out to be legit.
Taking their cue from Google's modular smartphone project, a London-based startup is developing a modular smartwatch that can be customized by the users depending on what features they want or need.
There are good cameras that look cute , take passable pictures and don't cost an arm and a leg .
Viral GoPro fireworks video sends "Time to Say Goodbye" back onto chart, while Russian dashboard cam wedding proposal video pumps gain for Rammstein.
Google Glass has made a name for itself as head-mounted hardware that you can control with your voice and a sliding finger.
Robots are coming, and they will eventually take many of our jobs. Before you break out the torches and pitchforks, though, think about how your skills can be applied to work that machines will never be able to do.
In 1824, Louis Braille invented a tactile alphabet to allow blind people to read.
Have you ever wondered how you would document the apocalypse after we've lost electricity? Since film cameras are relatively rare, it's an interesting question.
As Mayor Bill de Blasio looks to increase security at public housing developments where crime is on the rise, one of the chief weapons in his arsenal is security cameras, but do they work? NY1's Courtney Gross looked at housing projects which have already received cameras and found that their record is mixed when it comes to making things safer.
Critics and rivals misunderstood the editor of 'Aperture' for years, but a new retrospective at the Getty reveals Minor White's quiet brilliance.
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