Mobile floating windows are making something of a comeback. Android O is bringing picture in picture to the forefront once more. But is that for the best?
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?
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?
Our screens keep getting bigger and high resolution screens are more common. But some might argue that 1080p is good enough. Are you one of those someones?
Is Google killing the Nexus line of phones a good thing? If Google wants to cut into the consumer market, then yes. But at the risk of alienating devs?
Warranties fall into that category of “things you don’t think about until…
Rumors suggest we may get a bezel-less screen for the iPhone 7. Is this a good idea, or does the bezel need a second opinion?
When tear-downs reveal that a smartphone costs $250 to make, why is it we are willing to pay $650? That's a lot of markup, or is it?
We love to talk about our favorite smartphone features, but what about the least important feature that we just don't care about? Find out here.
With midrange phones getting better faster than high-end phones, how will high priced smartphones justify their price tag.
Did HTC copy Apple? Every copies everyone, right? Well, let's talk about that. Does it matter who copied who? Let's debate!
Since the introduction of the Apple Watch smartwatch prices are on the rise. But are smartwatches getting too expensive? Let's take a look.
Google has made its own hardware for smartphones and tablets, and even wearables, but what about the smartwatch? Why haven't we seen one of those yet?
The power button is a relic of times past. Maybe we're not ready yet, but perhaps it's time to move toward removing the power button from phones altogether.
What's the best way to buy a new smartphone? There are a number of ways, and we examine each of them to see what's the best?
How do you cover your phone? There are many options to protect your phone, and we debate the merits of each. The debate is on!
When choosing a budget-friendly smartphone, you can choose last year's flagship vs. midrange phones of today. Which would you choose?
The introduction of wood and leather-backed phones makes one wonder if these materials are the best things to make a phone out of. We examine that question.
Some multi-OS phones are coming with the option to pick your OS - installed by the OEM. But what if you could dual-boot or flash? Would you? Debate here!