4 Features That Prove Smartphones & Social Media Are Addictive By Design

Smartphone and social media addiction is no joke. Here are four features that make it really hard to put our phones down. 

You Can Now Buy A Rose Gold iPhone X For Only $4K

A London based company has created an iPhone X that's covered in 18K of rose gold and that has a price of more than $4,000.

Americans Are Not Here For Your Ridiculous Online Security Questions

A new study reveals the amount of security that currently exists, especially online, is exhausting. Analytic software firm FICO commissioned a study of 2,000 American adults and 81 percent said there are way too many unnecessary security measures.

HTC Is Developing Phones That Are Blockchain Friendly

Earlier this week, HTC released some specs about their upcoming phone called the Exodus, and an estimated release date. If everything goes according to plan, the Exodus will be available for purchase in the next three months.

3 Tricks That’ll Help You Fix The Most Common Smartphone Problems

While you won't be able to fix every problem yourself, there are several things anyone can learn to do to improve the performance and life span of their smartphone.

Uber Drivers May Squeal On You If You Smell Like Marijuana

It’s a worthy reminder for marijuana enthusiasts that lighting up a joint right before hopping into the Uber isn’t the smartest of ideas.

Xiaomi’s New Phone Looks Like The iPhone X And Might Be Even Cooler

Of the thousands of iPhone lookalikes you might be surprised to discover that one of the most original versions comes from a relatively unknown Chinese company.

Here’s How To Get Instagram’s ‘You’re All Caught Up’ Notifications

This feature will pop up as a notification and will let you know when you've seen all of the new posts your friends have uploaded in the past 48 hours.

Sneak Peek: iPads With iOS 12 Will Be Bananas

An Apple developer recently tweeted a screenshot of iOS 12 code that may suggest that Apple will be launching a new iPad with Face ID, but that's just the beginning.

New Report Claims iOS And Android Apps Are Misusing Sensitive Data

Recently, users have begun to question apps that store their private and most sensitive data.