Don't-Miss Phone Stories
A future where you can slap your phone on any wireless charging device may be nearer than we thought.
It's the first look at how one company envisions a future where you could switch out your smartphone camera for a better one.
The T-Mobile model of HTC's flagship and Sprint and AT&T versions of the LG G3 are joining the party.
You may be able to get your hands on the phone in late March, according to some leaked employee memos.
Google's team in Japan formed the chorus with Androidify characters.
The Galaxy Note Edge may have only been the beginning of Samsung’s curved-screen ambitions.
Thefts and robberies of smartphones fell in three big cities with iPhones leading the pack
RootMetrics' latest survey lets you look at nationwide and local performance of the four major wireless carriers. But the results may vary, naturally, depending on where you live.
It's much sturdier than cardboard and pairs with your phone to create a virtual reality experience.
Don’t worry, you can still use the 'beloved' OnePlus invite system six days a week.
Corning's next-generation glass will better withstand scratches, according to company officials.
The Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu edition will launch in Europe via flash sales, though it's unclear why you'd want one.
The latest version of Android is shipping first to Google’s low-cost Android One phones in Indonesia.