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Why We Still Have Bezels (But May Not For Long)

Yesterday, the first Sharp smartphone to head West brought with it one of the skinniest bezels we’ve ever seen on a smartphone. The Aquos Crystal is visually impressive, and a major step into the frameless future that seems to be emerging. There’s just one problem though: Bezels matter. And we still need them.


Vine Now Lets You Upload Old Videos From Your Camera Roll

In typical Twitter fashion, Vine success has largely been attributed to its simplicity and spontaneity. And in typical Twitter fashion, Vine is also evolving in exciting ways. Namely, Vine now lets you turn old videos from your camera roll into six-second snippets of goodness. This is great news!


iOS 8 Beta 6 Is For Carriers Eyes Only

The latest beta of Apple’s upcoming iOS 8 is apparently only for carrier testing, giving the strongest indication yet that its release is imminent.


Google's Awesome 360-Panorama Photo Sphere App Comes To iOS

Since making its debut on Android a little over a year ago, Photo Sphere has been one of those “Hey, look what my phone can do!” things that Android users have lorded over their non-Android friends. But today Google is opening the doors to iPhone users with the Photo Sphere Camera app of iOS. This is good news for those of us who love looking at these awesome images.


Gizmodo Smartphone Buying Guide 2014: Screen Size And Resolution Explained

Phones these days are big, and they’re only getting bigger. We’re on the precipice of both the Galaxy Note 4 from Samsung and the iPhone 6 from Apple: both of which will likely have bigger, brighter and better resolution screens. But what does that all mean? Let us explain why you should give the resolution of your screen serious thought.


Apple's New Lightning Cables Could Be Reversible On Both Ends

Apple’s reversible Lightning connectors are a great little convenience, but you’ve still got to plug them into your wall wart or computer the right way, because USB connectors are horrible and out to get you. But according to accomplished Apple leaker Sonny Dickson, Apple’s new Lightning cables could get reversible superpowers on both ends.


16 Ways To Use FLIR's Incredibly Fun Predator-Vision iPhone Camera

There’s no doubt about it, being able to see more than just the visible spectrum is the closest thing most of us will ever have to superpowers. Seeing the world through its heat signature is almost like having x-ray vision, and let’s not forget, even the Predator made sure to bring his thermal camera with him on his hunting trip to earth.


TMZ Thinks This Is An iPhone 6, Bless Its Heart

TMZ, famous for showing us some of the world’s most prominent genitalia, has another big exclusive on its hands — this time for all you tech nerds out there. “Drool, geeks,” the headline reads, and behold the glorious watermarked images of a phone that is almost definitely not the iPhone 6.


Apple Is Banning Two Hazardous Chemicals From iPhone Production

You can buy your pretty new iPhone 6 with somewhat of a clearer conscience later this year. Apple announced today that it’s eliminating two known toxins — benzene and n-hexane — from the production of iPhone and iPads.


Yo Is Dead, Long Live Yo

On an unassuming Winter’s night, August 12, 2014, an irreverent, young mobile app named Yo left this world behind for the great, polysyllabic beyond. It was four months old.