The Meizu M5 Note has been unveiled and features a 5.5-inch display, MediaTek Helio P10 processor, 3 different storage combinations, and a 4,000mAh battery.
New retail information from Starbucks has seemed to reveal the date that Niantic Labs will be pushing the next big update to Pokémon Go.
Samsung seems to have a new foldable phone patent every few weeks these days. The company has filed for yet another design which could be the basis for a forthcoming foldable smartphone.
Google WiFi has launched and is available from the Google Store for either $129 for 1 or $299 for a 3-pack.
The Alcatel Idol 4S is a mid-range device with the ambition of playing with the big boys. It has a QHD display, 32GB of RAM and a near-stock version of Android. But is that enough when there are a handful of Chinese flagship smartphone selling for $400 these days?
Apple made a big splash when they removed it from the iPhone 7, but they aren’t the only manufacturer to do so. It was inevitable that Samsung would follow in Apple’s footsteps.
Modularity seems to be catching on, but it sounds like Honor might take it to the extreme. The Huawei sub-brand has an event tomorrow to unveil a new concdept smartphone, and the phone will supposedly have some very unique, interesting, and borderline WTF traits in tow.
Google has dished out updated Android distribution numbers for the 7-day period ending December 5th. Let’s see what’s changed!
Our video review of the Huawei Mate 9 is here! It may not be as appealing as the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, but it’s still one of the best smartphones of 2016.
Smartphones these days are only getting more slippery, but if you’ve finally had enough — you need to see these ultra thin sandstone cases for the Google Pixel (and a variety of other smartphones). At $8, you may want to pick up two.
A new phone is the perfect gift for a techie who needs a powerful companion on the go. You’ll be pleased to learn the term “powerful” doesn’t have to be synonymous with a price tag of $600 or more these days.
You’ve just unwrapped your very first Android phone. Congratulations! Here are some of the first things you should do with your shiny new phone.
In the market for a new TV this holiday season? Here’s a quick look at some of the best TVs released in 2016 covering the spectrum from the best money can buy to more budget-conscious options.
The early days of each month have become exciting thanks to Google. We’re always guaranteed a security patch for Nexus and Pixel phones, and sometimes there may be minor goodies on the way, as well. Such is the case today, with Android 7.1.1 now rolling out alongside December patches.
Mobile VR is taking off quite fast. Google spearheaded the movement with the original Cardboard initiative and Samsung helped take it to the next level with Gear VR. It’s Leap Motion’s turn.
The Verizon Pixel and Pixel XL are getting a big bundle of bug fixes today. Build NMF260 is making its way out of the oven with a bunch of fixes.
For Samsung’s failed Galaxy Note 7, its downfall could have been that it was simply too thin. A group of engineers at Instrumental examined the Galaxy Note 7 to figure out why, exactly, they kept exploding.
This Black Friday, Sprint hooked customers up with a nice deal. Folks on a family plan with more than 2 lines could get their 3rd, 4th, and 5th lines for free. That deal is now being extended.
It’s sounding more and more like LG is ditching the modular smartphone arena. A new report out of The Investor suggests LG will look to move away from the modular smartphone design introduced on the LG G5.
Google has introduced a new app today, and this one is for safety-minded folks who want to ensure they have someone “with” them while they’re out and about (even if they actually don’t).
Samsung has once again released an Edge variant to go with the regular model, but the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has some real benefits that make it a much more compelling device. Is the Edge truly worth $100 more than the regular Galaxy S7.
If you listen to a lot of music with your Android smartphone, you may want to check out Muviz. The app displays a music visualizer on or above your smartphone’s navigation bar, no matter which app you are using.
Nokia’s forthcoming revitalization won’t be a one-and-done affair. The company responsible for bringing back Nokia-branded phones — HMD — practically promises as much
Verizon’s Motorola DROID Turbo — the original, not this year’s model — is alive and well. A fresh update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow ensures it’ll remain that way for a while longer.