Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the rumored Galaxy Note 7 front panel leaked and compared, Android 7.0 Nougat & more
Of all the colors in the rainbow, it seems that OnePlus will be keeping us within the bounds of gray and gold and all of that like.
The 5.5-inch Marlin is supposedly going to be a lot like the 5-inch Sailfish device that HTC is making for the Google Nexus program.
The iPhone 7 Plus and an iPhone 7 Pro are said to be getting storage options of 32GB, 128GB and 256GB. It looks like the iPhone 7 will get the same.
Could Tidal really consider Apple a good suitor? Apple is rumored to want its star power and both have similar ideas of how to treat artists.
Spotify is claiming that Apple will not publish an update for the music streaming app unless it uses the iTunes billing system and accepts a 30 percent fee.
Android Nougat will be coming to the HTC 10, the One A9 and the One M9. Nothing's new here. So why talk about it? Repetition.
As the Chinese show their interest in ZTE subsidary Nubia's new phone, you can also have your piece of the action, too, if you live in the right place.
Select stores in Florida will get the iPhone SE, iPhone 6s and 6s Plus and iPhone 5s first. Other stores and MetroPCS online will have availabilities soon.
Will there be a Google Phone? What about the Note 7's "fun" features? We're introducing a new series with editors battling! Pocketnow Weekly Podcast 207!
The name of Android N will be announced via Google's Snapchat and Twitter account. And already, we've got some teasing going on.
It's probably not safe to travel to Brazil this summer anyway, so why not chill out on your couch, and experience the 2016 Olympics on your Gear VR?
If T-Mobile continues to fumble with its Tuesday perks, AT&T might still have a shot at winning this specific battle, courtesy of a simpler Thanks program.
The BlackBerry Neon is reportedly coming to light up the Canadian OEM's financials, unfortunately with a familiar design and unremarkable specs in tow.
More than three months in, the hugely successful Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are about to get even more popular in the US, in official unlocked form.
Hit the gym and enjoy your beats with a set of Acesori A.Buds Bluetooth Aluminum Earbuds, now just $29.99 (that's 57 percent off MSRP for Pocketnow readers).
It's finally etched in stone - the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 looks similar to the S7 Edge, but adds an iris sensor to the biometric authentication mix.
The Amazon Echo is almost never discounted through its e-commerce-specialized maker, so it's certainly a treat to see it go for $45 off list on Woot.
If you want to ensure you'll be among the first to have the PlayStation VR shipped starting mid-October, a "final" round of US pre-orders kicks off today.
No matter how small and regional your US bank or credit union, it's almost guaranteed Android Pay supports it now for phones running KitKat and up.
If you're having trouble with LTE coverage and speeds on Verizon in remote locations, you could try the latest Network Extender before switching carriers.
Prematurely released Samsung Galaxy Note 7 cases can't bring anything new to the rumor table at this point, but they do seem to confirm a few things.
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we discuss the rumored