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nubia is sending out invites for its MWC 2019 event, where it teases the alpha, a wearable foldable smartphone you can slap on your wrist.
I'm a sucker for red phones! Guilty! I said it. In a world of black, white, navy, silver, or gray gadgets, I welcome a phone that feels like you're alive, like the Lava Red OnePlus 5T.
Want to make sure that used phone from Swappa will last you at least one full year? Cough up as a little as $50, and get exhaustive device protection.
As long as you get a phone with a retail price above $400 and pay for it over 24 months at Verizon, you've got some good choices here.
You probably shouldn't rule out the official announcement of the oft-rumored Samsung Galaxy X foldable phone happening this year after all.
Talking to my phone is probably one of my favorite things to do with it. Asking my phone’s voice assistant to perform tasks such as giving me the weather, texting my wife, or looking up information is pretty cool, and so much more convenient than doing it “the old fashioned way.” What I mean is, launching an app from the app drawer, or typing I-L-L-B-E-H-O-M-E-I-N-2-0-M-I-N-U-T-E-S. People do crazy stuff on phones these days, and talking makes everything so much easier. So why don’t more people talk to their phones? I’ve asked that question and decided to [...]
To reduce violence in general and violence against women in particular, the Indian government will require all local phones to feature a panic button.
If you can't eliminate texting and walking, embrace it and try to combat it some other way, this German city's officials must have thought.
This investor knows how to get attention drawn to his conclusions. He predicts that BlackBerry smartphones will have to be done soon.
Can you keep your phone powered and protected during an emergency? Here are the top accessories you should keep in your emergency kit.
The Office pool has grown just a bit larger.
ASUS signed with Microsoft to include the latter’s suite of productivity apps. After a few bouts of fighting, so has Samsung. Acer thought it was time to do the same as it will begin pre-loading Microsoft productivity apps such as Word and Skype on its Android wares starting in the second half of the year (pictured above: the Windows 10 version of the Liquid Jade Primo smartphone).
With that announcement, Microsoft went on in a separate announcement to say that it has notched its 74th licensing deal. It now has [...]
Watch our unboxing video of the Oppo R7 Plus, the larger sibling to the Oppo R7 that we reviewed recently, but with some cool tricks up its sleeve.
Learn more about some changes that Google has begun to practice with the apps you require installed on your future Android smartphone or tablet.
New LG trademark applications include the names G3 Beat and G3 Lite, along with other anticipated smartphones from the South Korea-based phone manufacturer.
Choosing a new smartphone is serious business. If you're on MetroPCS, which phones should you consider? We break down the best MetroPCS phones available.
The Moto X+1 boot animation has found its way into a video, along with a glimpse of the hardware we could possibly be seeing out of Motorola this summer.
The latest AT&T LG G2 update brings to the device LG's "Knock Code" feature, along with more additions.
Apple may be planning a large iPhone event this week in order to boost sales and clear the way for upcoming products.
What is Windows Embedded 8 Handheld? How does it differ from Windows Phone 8? We've broken it down for you. Read on to learn about the future of retail!
With hundreds of thousands of new applications, what are the best apps of 2013? Taylor rounds them up in this video! Watch and tell us your favorites!
With over one million applications available to Android and iOS, it's tough to pick favorites. Watch this video to learn Taylor's top Android and iOS apps!
Mobile platforms are generally compared with a series of different metrics. But which is the most expensive mobile OS? Read on to find out!
StarStarMe is a Sprint service that offers to replace your phone number with a "screen name" of sorts. Read on to find out why I think this is the future of communications.