Ginny MiesContributor, PCWorld

Ginny covers smartphones, apps and the occasional pet gadget. She's a sucker for pretty product design and usually has at least three smartphones on her.

Huawei Aims to Be Major Player in U.S. Smartphone Market

The Chinese manufacturer believes it can become a "Top 5" player in the US mobile devices market within the next three years.


Samsung Transfix for Cricket: A Prepaid Android Messaging Phone

The affordable Transfix is available now from Cricket without a contract.


AT&T Unveils Five Android Phones at CTIA 2011

AT&T's Android phones range from high-end to entry level, from the dual-core $99 Motorola Atrix 2 to the pre-paid AT&T Avail.


CTIA 2011 Preview: Hot Phones to Watch

At the show in San Diego starting Tuesday, we're expecting to see at least one new Windows Phone Mango phone, some awesome Android phones and maybe an inexpensive tablet.

Apple iPhone 4S: The Good, Bad, and Unknown

The iPhone 4S might look very similar to last year’s iPhone 4, but some intriguing specs and features are hidden under the hood.

Samsung Galaxy S II for AT&T Review: Fast and Powerful

The Samsung Galaxy S II pretty much has it all: a dual-core processor, HSPA+ speeds and a gorgeous display. But a current security flaw with the lock screen causes some concern.


Smartr Contacts Android App Review: A Better Address Book

Smartr Contacts turns your Android phonebook into the ultimate social organizer, but there are a couple glitches that keep it from being a perfect app.


HTC Radar 4G: T-Mobile's First Mango Phone Arrives

The Radar is also the first 4G Windows Phone on T-Mobile.


Windows Phone Mango Officially Goes Live

The Mango update will be pushed to current Windows Phone 7 owners starting today.


Tagg Keeps Your Pets Safe with GPS and Mobile Technology

The Tagg Pet Tracker clips on to your dog or cat's collar and alerts and lets track them from your phone or computer.


T-Mobile Adds Samsung Galaxy S II and HTC Amaze 4G to Fall Smartphone Line-Up

The two Android phones are the first made to take full advantage of T-Mobile's faster 4G (HSPA+ 42) network.


Samsung Galaxy S II Lands on AT&T October 2

The slim and speedy Android phone will cost $200 with a two-year contract.


Samsung Epic Touch 4G for Sprint: Slim and Speedy

The slim and speedy Samsung Epic Touch 4G is excellent for gaming, Web browsing, and watching video, but the plasticky design feels a bit on the cheap side.


Xperia Play Lands on AT&T for $50

The gaming phone will be available to AT&T customers on September 18.


5 Reasons to Get Excited About Windows Phone 7 Mango

The Windows Phone 7 Mango update, due out soon, looks enticing.