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Samsung's big new phone has lots of big new features.
The new official Reddit app for Android phones and iPhones makes for a better Reddit browsing experience than the full Reddit website, particularly once you know what you’re doing.
Project Fi's app APK strongly suggests that Google is expanding its wireless service to include group and family plans.
Google now lets you add Chrome extensions to your PC remotely from any smartphone.
Here's what you need to check out on the Play Store this week.
If you haven't opted to take advantage of Samsung's recall offer, you should reconsider.
The plan will be a win if you have your services bundled together, though it's likely to generate more net neutrality questions.
It may not be as fast as the other Moto Z phones, but the return of the headphone jack and super battery life make up for it.
Apple clearly took some inspiration from many of the innovations that Android manufacturers have offered in the last couple of years.
Google is also attempting to bring a smoother buying experience to the mobile web with Android Pay integration in Chrome.
How to use split-screen mode, the new quick settings shade, improved notifications, and more.
Log in to your Google account with a few simple taps on your phone, no password required.
The V20 is the first smartphone to ship with Android 7.0 Nougat, and comes loaded with multimedia features, and an entirely new battery-swap scheme.
Can a serious YouTuber reasonably use a mere phone to shoot all her videos? That's what LG promises as consumers weigh options in a crowded marketplace for super-sized phablets.
Samsung filed for a patent in Korea that describes a phone that could run a second operating system via virtualization, giving Windows as an example. If this patent moves forward, it could give Windows apps a new life on the smartphone.