Total Defense's Mobile Security app does have a few good points, but they are overshadowed by what feels like a half-finished design and features that did not work.
Lots of Android users say apps such as Advanced Task Killer help save a phone's battery life. Others are convinced that task killers use more juice than they save. The PCWorld Labs investigated.
The Ice Cream Sandwich source is now available for download. Severs can't seem to keep up with demand.
HTC’s latest Evo offering is another solid entry in Sprint’s smartphone line.
An attractive budget smartphone, the Samsung Focus Flash impressed us with its slick performance, but its camera was a major letdown.
In a sea of mobile security apps, Trend Micro’s features put it at the top of the pack.
The Motorola Atrix 2 is a worthy update to the original Atrix phone, but it has a few minor issues.
Lookout mobile security updates its Android app, bringing native support to Android tablets.
Unlock your phone with a smile, tab through the browser windows, shoot panoramic images, and automate polite text replies to unwanted calls--Android 4.0 does it all.
Our gadgets are getting smarter and chattier, and it's sure going to be fun if we can push standards to promote communication.
If you want to spy on a spouse, shield your phone's call or IM lists from prying eyes, or even keep someone from knowing what sites you surf when using the family iPad, this app list is for you.
Nokia puts its phones through rigorous testing before they land in customers' hands. We had the opportunity to take a tour of the Nokia Test Center, just outside of San Diego, and witness some of these tests.