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The smartphone meant for Millennials packs quite a few features in a $399 package.
CIO.com's Al Sacco goes hands on with the Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphone and its new biometric iris scanner.
Are you young, hip, and cool? If so, Honor would love the honor of being your next smartphone.
The reboot comes from HMD, a Finnish company composed of ex-Nokia and Microsoft employees.
Soon you'll see labels that tell you the wattage and ensure you that the charger meets industry standards so it won't fry your smartphone.
We speak with Nicklas Jonsson from Lenovo and Claire Doyle of element14 about their future plans for Moto's modular phone.
Google's new video chat app still feels like a beta.
The deconstruction of Google+ continues, with another key service moving over to a more successful property.
The no-frills FaceTime competitor is simple to use and gives you a peek at the video right from your lock screen.
The Note line continues to shine with its sixth-generation installment, and it's the best it's ever been.
The Galaxy Note 7 is worth the cash if you're keen on carrying the equivalent of a tiny computer in your pocket.
The new Top Features section tries to make user reviews more useful by focusing on a few key details about each app.
Google's next flagship phones may go for a more high-end look to try and win over those discerning buyers.
Sadly, it's time for fewer games and more productivity. Here's how to get your Android device ready for another school year.
Nobody quite knows what it's for (yet), but according to Android Police, it can run on just about any kind of device.
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