A phone that's physically secure not only offers you an extra layer of protection in terms of privacy and security but also keeps you out of trouble.
Watch our impressions of the Nintendo Switch after a month of use, as our step into going a little deeper into gaming reviews
Samsung has fixed the Note 7...again! So it's selling it...again! But questions remain - would you buy a refurbished Samsung Note 7?
While a VPN is by no means a “cure-all” or “magic bullet” in our quest for privacy, getting the right one to suit your circumstances can go a long way to helping.
No smartphone is perfect, but we do not want to leave an impression that everything will be hunky dory for everyone. We nitpick on the G6 in our LG G6 review rebuttal.
Hardware fragmentation is as big or a bigger problem these days than software, and it just shouldn't be. OEMs need to push the same device everywhere.
There's nothing you can do about it. And for that matter, short of getting a bulky case that would make it unpocketable, there's little I can do.
Do you think Security and Privacy should be an important part of your digital life? We do! Welcome to the new Security & Privacy section of Pocketnow.
LG and Samsung have both brought the sexy this year. Can the competition keep up, and what does this mean for the rest of 2017?
Samsung DeX is Samsung's version of Continuum. A noble sentiment, but is it a solution looking for a problem? We suspect it might be.
Bixby has some lofty ambitions, and Samsung is going all in on it. And it needs Bixby to succeed, as I have previously written. Bixby is slated to be the ultimate warrior of personal assistants, growing to a full ecosystem of devices and content. Soon, we’ll see Bixby enabled phones, IoT devices, and more. These devices will all work together in perfect harmony.
But there’s something even better than Bixby will do. Bixby will allow you to use your voice to do anything that you can do by touching the device. Need to launch an app? No problem. Need to grab a screenshot? Done. Want [...]
Every time an assistant is demoed, it always includes a scenario where someone's meeting someone from lunch. Often, they're late. What the heck?
The Edge, originally an also-ran variant of the Galaxy Note, has now come full circle and become a part of Samsung's design language.
Samsung's placement of the fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S8 is...questionable. Could it ruin the entire phone experience, or will we learn to love it?
The fingerprint sensor is mainstream now, but they have a location problem. We're here to hash it out and find the best place - the back or the front?
Bixby has a lot of competition, but with its scale, it needs to be a top notch experience. Anything less could be a disaster.
2017 is shaping up to be the year of nostalgia with companies like Nokia, LG, and TCL all tugging on heartstrings of the past.
SMS messaging is a trusty standby for messaging capability, but is it too antiquated to keep up and running? Or do we need its reliability?
We lost sight of smartphones for a while there in the glow of the Nokia 3310. But what's the big deal? It's a feature phone, people. Can we move on please?
Random color circles added to the email listing in Outlook Mail on Windows 10 break the visual hierarchy and distract the eye from finding the actual important emails.
Windows 10 Mobile has caused Microsoft's market share to plummet. Maybe they should have kept going with Windows Phone 8.x for a while longer.
With the return of unlimited data, we have to ask ourselves if it's a good idea. Sure, it's great for customers, but what about the carriers themselves?
Benchmarks provide us hard data on how well a phone performs. But what does that data tell us? Should we even listen to benchmarks any more?