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It's a good start for Samsung, which is banking on its newest phones to get it back on top in the smartphone wars.
The company first says non-Z devices won't see Lollipop, but then quickly changes its tune.
The OS would power other virtual reality apps, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Canonical's Ubuntu Phone OS relies on swiping gestures to navigate through what it calls scopes.
New fuel cell products hope to succeed where others have failed, all to give users some extra smartphone juice when they need it.
Waiting is never easy, but at least more of the top flagship phones are finally getting their taste of the latest version of Android.
It's also going to put its own chipsets in future versions of some of its smartphones.
Coming up on World Tech Update we're at Mobile World Congress where Samsung debuted its new flagship S6 smartphones, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich detailed the company's mobile strategy and new designs cater to new clients. Follow host Nick Barber on Twitter @nickjb
Monohm's round phone doesn't just look different; it might be the first smartphone for aloof hippies.
We caught up with Steve Kondik at Mobile World Congress to chat about all the announcements the company made this week.
The smartphone OSes have something different, in a good way, to offer those looking for smartphone OS alternatives.
Full encryption is still the goal, but many Android handset makers still need to work out the kinks with Lollipop performance.
Mozilla’s Firefox OS chief Chris Lees isn't yet ready to cede emerging smartphone markets to Google.
New desks, bedside tables, and lamps will feature Qi wireless charging capabilities.
We break down each phone following our hands-on time with the Galaxy S6 and One M9.
Anyone looking to replace their high-end Windows Phones will have to hold out until this fall.