Behold! Samsung's prettiest phone yet, the Galaxy S6, from every angle.
One is flat and one is curved, but both are resplendent in metal and glass, and both run Samsung's octa-core Exynos processor.
Finally, Samsung gives us what we’ve been waiting for. The Galaxy S6 is a glass-and-metal Android phone that looks and feels like a premium device.
HTC is taking the plunge into yet another realm of gadgetry: fitness tracking. Here's what the HTC Grip is like in person.
LG's shows a lot of design prowess when it comes to smartwatches—and the features aren't half bad either.
It's going to be a great year for Android devices. Here's what we're expecting to be announced in Barcelona beginning March 1.
Everyone's gotta get somewhere, but which of these three apps can do so both accurately and efficiently?
As if Android doesn't already have enough apps that let you tap-and-pay, now Samsung will make one of those methods proprietary.
If you're ready for something a little different, LG's second-generation curved smartphone is worth a try.
Xiaomi refers to its customers as "fans," but whether that philosophy will effectively translate over to the US is another thing entirely.
Soon, all carriers will be required by law to unlock your phone. Here's how to get started.
The service will apparently use Bluetooth and require you to shout out your initials for the transaction to go through.
Google announced dates for its big developer conference.
If you have some extra cash, all you have to do is download the app to start helping others.
The company saw exponential growth in the last quarter and now that it's officially under Lenovo's wing, it seems like things could only go up from here.
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