Now you can pay Google for cell service, while the company routes you through T-Mobile and Sprint's 4G LTE networks.
Third place is a lofty goal, but Mr. Xu is confident that this year is the right time for Huawei to make its grand entrance into the U.S. smartphone market.
On Twitter and Google+, Cyanogen's users seem specifically worried about the possibility of bloatware.
HTC's powerful new application lets you easily skin your interface and make themes to share with others.
Why does the One M9 look so much like the One M8? Why did HTC play it safe this year? The company's vice president of industrial design answers these questions and more.
If it's true, iPhone users won't be stuck with the Apple Watch—they'll be able to pick from the wide selection of Android Wear devices, too.
Two of 2015's top flagship phones go head to head. There can be only one winner!
Here's a good reason to brag to your iPhone-loving friends today: You've got the new Color and Fade filters and they don't!
This is one of Samsung's most beautiful products, but it may not be worth the extra Benjamin it costs to bring home.
It's hard to find much wrong with Samsung's new superphone.
Both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge beat out their competitors in our head-to-head benchmarks.
The full divorce of Google's social network seems to be coming any day now. Is this the beginning?
You've complained about it for years, but Samsung's changed its tune—though it's still very blue.
We took the Samsung Galaxy S6 around San Francisco to see what kind of photos it takes. It almost beat out Apple's iPhone 6 Plus.
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