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.
The carrier plans to replace all its 2G/Edge coverage with LTE, and start rolling out LTE on 700MHz A-Block spectrum.
One year after launching Simple Choice, the carrier upgrades data plans.
Samsung's new flagship phone doesn't appear all that different from the GS4 at first blush, but there are improvements everywhere.
By essentially sticking Kinect in a phone, Google aims to give our mobile devices a "human-scale understanding of space and motion."
Microsoft’s audacious assault on your living room is delightfully innovative yet unrefined.
The new fitness service includes major names like Jillian Michaels, Tony Horton, and Tracy Anderson.
The $100 console that blew up on Kickstarter just isn't ready for retail.
You may not be able to go to the biggest gaming show of the year, but if you look at enough photos, it’s just like being there.