A couple of new rumors out of Korea shed some light on the OnePlus 5. If you’re wondering about the OnePlus 4, you’re not crazy, they did indeed skip 4.
Blizzard has announced some big news for Hearthstone. The game’s first major expansion of 2017 has been announced.
The Sony Xperia Projector was introduced as a concept device at last year’s MWC, but the product team at Sony as done quite a bit of refinement and is finally ready to release it to the world. We were able to demo fully the Xperia Projector this year to see what consumers can expect from …
HTC could still be working on a phone with some really cool gesture features.
There’s a reason why “how to block calls and texts” is such a common question. Unwanted messages are annoying, and there’s really no single straightforward fix. We’ll show you the best ways to block those pesky spammers and ex-girlfriends.
The Sony Xperia Touch is an Android-powered projector that turns any surface into a touchscreen. It’s essentially an Android tablet with a projector built-in.
Sony is at Mobile World Congress with a couple of new Android devices to show off. They might not be the bezel-less wonder we saw last week, but they look great nonetheless.
It seems we won’t be getting the ASUS ZenFone 3 Zoom quite as soon as we’d originally thought.
ZTE has unveiled its latest 2 devices which will be nestled in the budget-range market with the ZTE Blade V8 Mini and Blade V8 Lite.
The HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play were announced in early January, but they still haven’t launched. We finally got our hands on the phones at Mobile World Congress.
T-Mobile is pulling another one of their random Uncarrier moves. They’ve announced a free line for any customer that currently has at least 2 lines.
The August edition of the list sees a new participant find a spot among the elite, but is it good enough to find a spot at the top? Be sure to hit the jump to find out!
The ASUS ZenWatch 2 and ASUS ZenWatch 3 were both on the list of devices to get Android Wear 2.0, but a timeline for the update’s arrival still has yet to be established. Scratch that as of today: ASUS has mentioned that we’ll be seeing it in early Q2 2017.
The Sony Xperia XZ Premium is the 2017 flagship phone for Sony. We got our hands on this shiny device, but we weren’t able to turn it on to check out the software.
Alongside new phones, Sony had a new iteration of the Sony Xperia Ear to show off at Mobile World Congress.
Oculus has mentioned that there are already over 70+ games and apps planned to make use of the new Samsung Gear VR’s controller.
AT&T quickly followed suit a few days later with an unlimited plan of their own, but it was not nearly as competitive as Verizon’s offering. Before the new plan goes live this week, AT&T is already making changes.
As expected, Oppo didn’t have a phone to show off at Mobile World Congress, but instead opted to show off some smartphone technology that we’ll eventually be able to enjoy.
The LG G6 has been fully outed and it looks and feels great, but there are some things that LG neglected to share about the device when they announced it.
2 new videos have surfaced which claim to show off the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus ahead of their official unveiling in March.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Active is finally here and ready to be used and abused. The Galaxy S7 Active is essentially a Galaxy S7 with a beefy case permanently affixed, but it does offer a few extra tricks.
Android N is here, sooner than anyone anticipated. Google has packed in a bunch of new features, fixes, and improvements in Android N. We’ll show you everything new in Android N.
The LG G6 was unveiled earlier today and no we are able to download and use the stock wallpapers which will come with the device.
Huawei has announced its latest flagship devices, the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus. Now that we have the devices in hand, we take a deeper look at what both devices offer.