Back in December I was faced with a situation familiar to anyone who’s ever bought a gadget as a gift: I needed to replace my parents’ iPhones. Not because there was anything wrong with them, and certainly not because my parents have a need for the latest or greatest in mobile technology; rather, I needed to replace their devices because, after two years, their paltry 16GB apiece of storage had run out.
You don’t need to be an iOS user to know the pain of running out of smartphone capacity. With more and more Android manufacturers omitting the once-standard [...]
Subpar iPhone pictures, aftermarket repairs that brick your $600 phone, and a phone box that turns into a VR headset! Join us for the latest podcast!
It's been six months since Apple's oversized iPhone 6S launched; let's see if it's still worth a look in 2016 with our iPhone 6S Plus review redux!
Google gets in deeper with Nexus, Galaxy S7 renders leak, and Turing and Fitbit compete for our lulz on the latest episode of the Pocketnow Weekly podcast!
Motorola's super-customizable Android flagship has a ton of new competition. See how well it holds up in the 2016 edition of our Moto X Pure Edition review!
We spent a week with AT&T NumberSync, a simpler version of Google Voice that lets you use the same phone number for your phone, watch, and tablet.
On this week's podcast, MWC rumors including a 12-UltraPixel HTC Perfume, Apple Pay working at ATMs, and an LG G5 with a Magic Slot (oh myyyyyy)!
Samsung's newest smartwatch is a shining example of what the company can achieve when it decides to innovate rather than replicate.
Despite its lack of traction with consumers, BlackBerry 10 has some fantastic assets we hope BlackBerry can bring to Android before it's too late.
The best smartphone features of 2016 are the ones you're not using – and in some cases, you're better off.
With a high price tag and confusing software, the Mate 8 isn't perfect – but its zippy performance and outstanding endurance make it a contender.
Who says the post-CES, pre-MWC lull has to be dull? Join us for our weekly smartphone/tablet/wearable chat – and a special announcement from the EiC!
The G Flex 3 might never see the light of day, but with the rumored launch of the LG G5, we'd like to see LG cannibalize some aspects of its curvier cousin.
Huawei's new flagship smartphone makes some smart sacrifices to deliver endurance unlike any other high-end phone we've tested.
Nearly a year after its announcement, HTC and Valve are about to drop the Vive Pre on the world. We went hands-on at CES 2016.
Google's new convertible has taken a lot of flak from the media (Pocketnow included). But after using the Pixel C for a month, I like it enough to keep it.
We're back in our respective cities following CES 2016, most of us wiser, all of us older, and at least one of us with a big 'ole post-Vegas beard.
The Vive VR headset from HTC and Valve is one of the most immersive virtual-reality headsets out there – as long as you're standing up when you use it.
Is the new Huawei GX8 the company's answer to the OnePlus 2? Check out the specs and judge for yourself.
Under Armour's new fitness gear comes in a big red box and contains some of the most powerful health-tracking technology we've ever seen, built by HTC.
The end of December is no time to even pretend to work hard. So for this last episode of 2015, we're turning the wheel over to you!
Microsoft's first flagship in nearly two years will come as a welcome relief to Windows devotees, but that's about as far as it goes.
For the third year running, I'm carrying a Windows Phone for the holidays – and this year it's not the camera I have to thank, but the community.