Right to Repair
Motorola Becomes First Smartphone Company to Sell DIY Repair Kits to Its Customers
As Apple continues to fight independent repair, Motorola partners with iFixit and supports the right to repair movement.
The Making of the Largest Satellite Constellation in History
How Iridium rose from its ashes to launch the era of satellite megaprojects.
Happy Anniversary to the World's First Cell-Phone Call
"I'm calling you from a cell phone, a real handheld portable cell phone."
Black Friday Starts Today for Amazon Customers
From now until December 22, Amazon is rolling out the deals.
A Man, His Dog, and a $300 Smartwatch
Though occasionally coming in handy, the Moto 360 is still decidedly a luxury accessory.
UK Phone Maker Wileyfox Is the Latest Challenger in a Crowded Android Market
The quick brown fox jumps over a sea of similarly qualified smartphones.
Google's Project Ara Got Delayed Because It Breaks Too Easily
Live for the drop.
Google's Project Ara Won’t Be Around Until at Least 2016
Hurry up and wait for Google's modular smartphone project.
The iPhone 6S Isn't Even Out Yet And Samsung Is Already Scared
Watch out for falling prices.
Meet Marty Cooper, the Forefather of Your Cell Phone
And hear his vision of the phone's future.
Henry Hargreaves's Photos of Cell Phones Engraved with Military Messages
During the Vietnam War, nearly all US soldiers carried a Zippo lighter. As the soldiers were initially forbidden from modifying the exteriors of their uniforms, they would use engrave their lighters to express their feelings and sentiments.
Viral Style: Flying Dresses, Internet Souvenirs, And Cars That Drive Themselves
A weekly roundup of what's happening at the intersection of tech and fashion.
Charlotte McManus and William Edwin Wright