We hit the show floor at E3 2014, looking for unusual sights and sounds at the annual gaming expo. And we weren't disappointed.
The FCC filing gives us a look at the device's tweaked shape, but not much else.
Focused on interface and gaming, Google wants to win the living room not with a device, but a platform
LG packs top-end specs in a phone aimed at being smarter and simpler.
Enhanced features will soon be available to developers using Google's APIs.
Samsung ships twice as many smartphones as Apple, and everyone else is fighting for scraps.
They're both great phones, but you only need one phone. It's time to declare a winner.
This year at Google I/O, we can probably expect to hear a lot about making Google products look and work better.
Of the big four U.S. carriers, only T-Mobile will let you use Samsung's new feature.
The $40 plan will offer unlimited data, but only 500MB of LTE.
The first reviews are in, and it looks like Samsung did a great job with the Galaxy S5.
Dr. Raymond Soneira of DisplayMate puts the Galaxy S5 display through a heap of tests, and proclaims it king of the smartphones.