The words that don't get censored is the real shock.
LG's Gumby phones are now available on three major carriers (sorry, Verizon).
2014 may be Samsung's year of bendy transparent displays.
When it's too cold out for the real thing, there's always your phone.
LTE-Advanced will be coming in a big way soon. What does that mean for you?
LG says the display's wrinkles won't affect performance and can be gently rubbed out.
It's probably aimed at the developing world, but everyone deserves a front facing camera, no matter where they live.
The company's mobile broadband will now work on Sprint's sprawling 3G network, with LTE coming down the line. And it may be a good deal for some customers.
Nokia may still be working on that new low-end Android device, and it may not be so outlandish when you think about it.
Despite having the worst name in telecommunications history, Sprint's Framily Plan is actually a good deal for consumers.
4K TVs were all the rage at this year's CES. Does that mean the TV you just bought is obsolete?
Spend $400 on a phone, get a $35 dongle for your TV.
Glass is always capitalized, never possessive, and never ever plural.
Up to $650 per line to cover your early termination fee and buy back your obsolete phone.
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