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Our Favourite Android, iOS And Windows Phone Apps Of The Week

Need some new apps to start your week right? We’ve got you covered.


Inside The Engineering Challenges Of Google's Modular Ara Phone

Google’s taking its Ara modular smartphone platform increasingly seriously. In this video, it lays bare some of the challenges it’s been facing — and how it’s overcoming them.


Apple Patents Emergency Alert That Calls Police When You Can't

An Apple patent published today details a theoretical feature that would enable your mobile device to detect an emergency and alert your designated contacts or the police. And y’know what? It actually makes a lot of sense.


Our Favourite Android, iOS, And Windows Phone Apps Of The Week

Monday’s here, and that means you need new apps your smartphone or tablet. Whether you use your device for hard work or hardcore relaxin’, here’s some great new fodder for your touchscreen fingers.


Our Favourite Android, iOS, And Windows Phone Apps Of The Week

Get over the hump of this week with a dose of new apps for your smartphone.


This Genius App Would Turn Your Smartphone Pics Into Prints

Where are the dozens of pictures on your smartphone or tablet going? Nowhere, probably. Printing them at home looks chintzy, and getting professional prints is expensive. Flag wants to change that, with an app that would give you high-quality prints and mail them wherever you want, all for free. Cool!


This Floating Sonar Pod Turns Your Smartphone Into A Fish Finder

If fishing for you is more about pulling the most catches out of a lake — instead of simply using your wits to outsmart nature — then the more gear the better. And while fish finders have been around for decades, the FishHunter is the first to turn your smartphone into a window to what lies below the water’s surface.


Bloomberg: Samsung Galaxy S5 Due April, Maybe With Eye-Scan Security

If you’re holding out for the next Android superphone, you may only have a few months to wait. Samsung has spoken out about its upcoming devices in a long interview with Bloomberg, and it plans to have the S5 out by April.


Toshiba Has A Lytro-Style Camera Ready To Pop Into Your Phone

Toshiba has just announced a new camera module that allows users to refocus smartphone photos after they’re taken, like Lytro’s light field technology. Unlike Nokia’s attempts to use software to refocus after the event, Toshiba’s solution uses new hardware to enable the manipulations.


Our Favourite Android, iOS And Windows Phone Apps Of The Week

Charge up your phone, download these cool new apps, and hope you get to check them all out before the end of the day.