Is this our first look at the REAL HTC One M9 (and its bigger brother with a fingerprint scanner)?

Jan 28th - After it was revealed that HTC slyly used decoy prototypes of the HTC One M9 to throw the blogosphere through a loop, we'd heard details of a new design for the upcoming flagship smartphone. That new design might have been leaked today.

Apple’s insane earnings already breaks record with Apple Watch vs Android Wear battle looming

Jan 28th - We ridiculed Apple for finally breaking out of their shell and delivering the types of devices people have wanted, but as much fun as that was there's no doubt it did good things for them as a company. Confirmation of that fact arrived as Apple has reported record-breaking revenue and sales numbers.

Microsoft rumored to invest in Cyanogen following promise to take Android from Google

Jan 29th - Well, how's this for an early Thursday afternoon headline? According to the Wall Street Journal, Microsoft is planning to invest a nice grip of money into Cyanogen Inc, makers of the most popular custom ROM around.

Google’s Nova MVNO will automatically switch between best available networks

Jan 27th - It was only last week we caught wind of Google's plans to become an MVNO to provide affordable wireless service and we've already gotten some early details. Google will use a new technology that will automatically select the best available T-Mobile or Sprint network.

You can thank Apple for the lack of a fingerprint scanner on the Nexus 6

Jan 26th - Nexus 6 owners who lust after a fingerprint scanner will be peeved to hear this news: Motorola had been planning to use fingerprint scanners in many of their high-end smartphones going forward, including the Nexus 6. Apple ruined those plans. Find out how inside.

Break the internet: Kim Kardashian stars in T-Mobile’s Super Bowl ad, watch it right here

Jan 26th - Reality TV star Kim Kardashian is T-Mobile's latest spokeswoman, starring in a Super Bowl ad that will first air tonight. Here's where you can watch it (hopefully it's more "family friendly" than her previous works).

11 things every Nexus 6 owner should do

Jan 29th - Most people who get the Nexus 6 will be experiencing Android 5.0 Lollipop for the first time. There is a lot of new stuff to discover with Lollipop on the Nexus 6. Here are the first things you should do with your new Nexus phablet.

This alleged Samsung Galaxy S6 prototype seems to match up with all those cases we’ve been seeing

Jan 29th - Here's a quick look at what could be an early Samsung Galaxy S6 prototype. The phone looks strikingly similar to Samsung's A-series, and has a similar LED flash / missing rear speaker placement as that case leak from earlier.

Qualcomm may have confirmed rumors that the Galaxy S6 wont be using a Snapdragon 810

Jan 28th - Qualcomm wasn't mentioning anyone by name, but they may have just confirmed that the Snapdragon 810 wont be making its way to the Samsung Galaxy S6.

HTC has reportedly been using One M9 decoys to hide the phone’s final design

Jan 26th - HTC has reportedly been using decoy units to hide the One M9's true design. Here's a quick description of what they'll really unveil at their March 1st event in Barcelona.

NSFW: Watch these people strap on a Samsung Gear VR to watch virtual reality porn for the first time [VIDEO]

Jan 26th - Steve Jobs said the Android phone is for porn and sure enough, it's wound up on the Samsung Gear VR. Watch the reactions of these people as they try VR porn for the first time. What a time to be alive.

Oh Snap: Sprint’s Super Bowl ad will call out AT&T and Verizon [VIDEO]

Jan 30th - It seems like making ads to announce Super Bowl ads is all the rage these days, and Sprint is no doubt trying to get in on the fun. The company has recently put out a new video telling us exactly what they're going to be doing for the big game on Sunday.

Got a OnePlus One without CyanogenMod branding? There’s a good reason for that

Jan 29th - Folks ordering units from recently produced batches of the OnePlus One will notice that the iconic CyanogenMod branding is not present on the shipping box or the device itself. Find out why at the jump.

Want to backup and copy the home screen layout for your Android Phone? Samsung patented a solution

Jan 28th - No major smartphone manufacturer has yet to create a solution for copying home screen setups from one device to another. It's a feature we've been hoping to see in Android from Google's own ingenuity for quite some time, but someone seems to have beaten them to the punch.

Best Nexus 6 Accessories: Cases, Chargers, Screen Protectors, and more!

Jan 27th - After you buy a new phone, such as the Nexus 6, there is an initial period of excitement. But then the excitement wears off and it's just a phone. You start to think "now what?" Accessories is next.

Saygus V2 pre-orders pushed back to Feb 2nd, $550 gets you the superphone before anyone else

Jan 29th - The Saygus V2 pre-orders have been officially pushed back until Feb 2nd, giving you even more time to pre-register for some bonus accessories. Pricing has also been firmly set to $550.

Although the Galaxy Note 4 helped, Samsung’s Q4 2014 earnings still showing slowing smartphone sales

Jan 28th - Despite raking in $48.6 billion in revenue for Q4 2014, Samsung's mobile business is down 64% year-over-year. Here's to hoping the Samsung Galaxy S6 can turn things around for 2015.

Google made $18.1 billion in revenue last quarter, Chromecast #1 selling streaming device, Google Glass team takes a breather

Jan 29th - Another day, another earnings call. Leading Google's Q4 2014 earnings call, as usual, was Google CFO Patrick Pichette talking about the company's performance towards the end of last year.

For better or worse, Sony is finally going to cut back on frequent smartphone releases

Jan 27th - Sony is reportedly looking to cut back on smartphone releases and will instead look to prolong their flagship smartphones' life cycles. As such, it's said they will not be revealing a new flagship at Mobile World Congress.

FTC fines TracFone $40 million for throttling their so called ‘unlimited’ data

Jan 28th - The FTC ordered TracFone to pay up $40 million for falsely advertising unlimited data, only to throttle customers once they reached a certain amount and in some cases, cut off data services completely.