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SquareTrade, a company that provides extended protection plans, compared the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus to the iPhone 5S and Samsung's Galaxy S5.

NASA expects astronauts will be able to us the 3D printer fix their spacecraft by cranking out spare parts on the spot. It could also prove useful on Mars.

With the iPhone 6 bonanza comes dedicated fans. Why sit outside overnight for an Apple phone?

Got iOS 8 problems? Join the club. LAPTOP Mag collects some of the many tweets about iOS issues.

LAPTOP Mag editor in chief considers the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 6 and Fire HD 7 to be the best inexpensive tablets on the market.

If your data cap is tight, you don't want auto-play videos gobbling up your precious 1s and 0s. Here's how to limit videos in Instagram.

Apple tightens security with two-factor authentication, but only if users turn it on.

Samsung's latest Galaxy variant sports all the right hardware to pump out selfies, according to report.

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus became available for pre-order early Friday morning. But many sites, including the Apple Store, were not ready for the purchasing bonanza. 

Android One phones arrive in India this month, at very low price points.

Although rumors had signaled that Google could be buying eBay, the online auction company has denied ever talking with Google about it acquiring any stake in the e-commerce company. 

With the iPhone 6 debut, consumers and businesses alike are gearing up for transactions that will be mediated by Apple Pay, the new iPhone feature that lets consumers load credit card information onto their phones and pay for items without reaching for cash or a card. 

Google announced Thursday that it is acquiring Polar, a start-up that lets mobile users participate in polls, for Google Plus, a move that could signal new directions for the social network. 

As states pass smart phone 'kill switch' laws, some cities see a drop in crime. 

Destiny, one of the most anticipated games of the current generation, came out Tuesday. There are still no major reviews, but sales have been huge. Good move?

Many popular websites Wednesday featured the "spinning wheel" that typically greets users with slow Internet connections. It was a symbolic statement to voice support for net neutrality. 

With the tech world abuzz over Apple's latest product releases, we look at the potential safety and security issues that come with Apple Pay, the company's new mobile payment feature.

Rock band U2 will release its next album for free on iTunes.

The iPhone 6 and hefty iPhone 6 Plus bring a bigger, bold look to Apple smart phones.

At the hotly-anticipated event held at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., the electronics giant introduced consumers to the two versions of the next-generation iPhone 6 as well as a brand new product: Apple Watch. 

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