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How to use Zelle, the lightning-fast payments app that’s more popular than Venmo in the US

Zelle is a payments app that lets you send and receive money instantly, without the need for bank transfers. The service was created by the five largest banks in the US, and has surpassed Venmo in America.

A million people bought this $530 Android-powered iPhone competitor in less than a month

It's the most popular smartphone that you probably haven't heard of.

This smartphone has a hidden pop-out selfie camera that could help Apple solve the iPhone X’s biggest design flaw

The company came up with some ingenious, innovative ideas to get rid of the "notch."

Everything I loved and hated about using HTC’s new $800 flagship smartphone, the U12+

HTC's new flagship smartphone, the HTC U12+, has several futuristic and high-end features like squeezable edges, dual cameras, and a large display. But the phone also has a lot of shortcomings — and it costs $800.

It sounds like PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players won’t be playing together anytime soon

Sony refuses to let PlayStation 4 players connect with friends on competing game platforms, like the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. "Fortnite" is the latest example, and it's making players furious — with good reason.

One crazy statistic shows how incredibly big ‘Fortnite’ has become in less than a year

Holy moly! Apparently, over 125 million people have played "Fortnite" since launch in July 2017. It's kind of a big deal.

This crazy new phone has more power than any other Android phone you can buy and comes with a fan to keep it cool

The Asus ROG Phone is a monster of a phone. Asus' ROG brand is the company's gaming division, which stands for "Republic of Gamers." The ROG brand makes gaming computers, gaming PC components, peripherals, and accessories. And now, it's making smartphones!

New photos reveal Google’s upcoming Pixel 3 XL smartphone could get wireless charging — but there’s still no headphone jack

Many have criticized the Pixel 2 phones for the lack of wireless charging, but Google might fix that in the Pixel 3 XL with a glass back.

The new BlackBerry smartphone is here — and yes, it has a keyboard

The BlackBerry Key2 will feature a 4.5-inch screen, physical keyboard, and dual rear cameras. It's slimmer and lighter than the BlackBerry KeyOne and comes with more starting storage.

Android is the first major platform to support the newly launched ginger emoji — here’s how to get them right now

Android beta users with the most up-to-date phones will be the first people on the internet to be able to use the Unicode 11.0 emoji, which include redheads, bagels, llamas, cupcakes, and toilet paper.