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Verizon tweaked the trade-in timing of its Edge plan, but the cost is still sky-high.
LG says the display's wrinkles won't affect performance and can be gently rubbed out.
The Japanese network operator says local market conditions aren't ripe for a third mobile OS.
Looking at the latest leaked interface mockups of Nokia's rumored device, you can't even tell that it's not a Windows Phone.
Processors, memory, screens and sensors are all getting an upgrade, giving you a preview of what to expect from 2014's flagship phones.
As the FCC's official comment period begins, hundreds of people already weighed in.
The company will launch two phablet-sized devices in an emerging market where Samsung and Nokia are on fire.
The company's mobile broadband will now work on Sprint's sprawling 3G network, with LTE coming down the line. And it may be a good deal for some customers.
Users of these phones can now reply directly to incoming text messages by voice.
Imagine holding your Surface tablet in front of you while asking for directions.
Researchers from security firm Malwarebytes spotted a tech support scam targeting smartphone and tablet users, while the Federal Trade Commission is warning consumers about scams offering tech support refunds.
Nokia may still be working on that new low-end Android device, and it may not be so outlandish when you think about it.
BlackBerry rededicates itself to physical keyboards as the company tries to get out of a death spiral.
Despite having the worst name in telecommunications history, Sprint's Framily Plan is actually a good deal for consumers.
Spend $400 on a phone, get a $35 dongle for your TV.