Don't-Miss Phone Stories
The carriers' game of one-upsmanship continues.
Hopefully this means we’ll see a working version of Google’s “LEGO phone” sooner than later.
Members of HTC's 'Elevate' community can get the latest and greatest before everybody else.
The audacious Ubuntu Edge smartphone may have fizzled out, but Ubuntu Touch lives on--and it just hit 'release to manufacturing' status.
Another report indicates the follow-up to the Nexus 5 will rock a 6-inch screen.
The carriers all offer the Note 4 for pre-order, but they all offer it at a different price.
Motorola is not quite finished with its Droid line.
The metal-framed smartphone can be yours on Friday.
Maybe the only way we'll ever see Samsung release an all-metal smartphone is if we find a Genie to grant us a wish.
Sorry, Sprint users. If you were hoping to switch over to Motorola's new flagship, you're out of luck.
Motorola’s Vice President of Product is saying goodbye, but it’s a chance for the struggling company to try something different.
Japan's National Institute for Technology and Evaluation (NITE) tested a Lithium Ion battery about the size of one used in a cellphone. It was struck with a hammer then left on a work bench, unconnected from any apparatus. The result was explosive.
Google's upcoming plans to help market premium phones is taking a backseat to Android One.
The sandwich chain will roll out contactless payments at 26,000 restaurants