Don't-Miss Phone Stories
Microsoft's new Nokia 215 phone can last nearly a month on a single charge. And while it's certainly not a smartphone, it's not dumb either.
The company’s newest phone will launch with a refreshed interface and photo-enhancing camera software.
The 2G phone can remain on standby for 29 days between charges, and has Twitter and Facebook integration
Developer of the Ubi voice-controlled computer announces a free Android and iOS app that lets you create text messages with your voice.
The annual trade show isn't normally Android focused, but rumors point to surprise device launches.
The revamped interface is a marriage of Google’s new Material Design aesthetic and HTC’s Sense interface.
The Samsung Z1 is a low-end phone that the company likely hopes will make an impact in emerging markets.
The 10-second promo leaves most details a mystery, only promising you'll 'see what others can't see.'
It sounds like something out of old spy movies, but it isn't.
Canonical pushed back its promised 2014 Ubuntu Phone launch to polish the interface and account for manufacturing hold-ups.
There's not any spec information, but it looks like Sony was thinking of using the next Bond movie for smartphone product placement.
The Verge and TechRadar both sort of confirmed what we were thinking: Google will stop selling the Nexus 5 once all stock runs out. But it looks like that won't happen for several months.
OnePlus promises to get you a phone in time to tuck under the tree. It's a Christmas miracle!