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The President has signed a bill into law that will let you take your device to whatever carrier you'd rather be with.
The Nexus devices are normally boring and black, but an upcoming feature will let you decorate it with your favorite selfie.
During an earnings call that drew the ire of investors, a Samsung executive promised two new flagship devices and even more mid-range phones.
Large-screen iPhones could pose a threat to Google's dominance, said Strategy Analytics
Tom Wheeler's sharply worded letter questions why Verizon is singling out customers with unlimited plans
While the company has killed off future Android-powered Nokia X phones, it is still pushing out updates to its current models.
The phone running an alternative to Android was set to debut in Russia
The carrier looks to slow LTE access for the top 5 percent of data hogs with unlimited plans.
The bill reverses a 2013 decision that phone unlocking by consumers ran afoul of copyright laws.
Most new postpaid smartphone users are choosing monthly payments over subsidized prices
Amazon's first foray into smartphones brings some interesting features to the table, but frequently stumbles over the small stuff.
The Smart Rewards program launching Thursday promises savings and discounts to Verizon subscribers, but only if you opt-in to a program that helps the wireless carrier's partners deliver targeted ads based on your location and browsing habits.
Google is planning to spend millions promoting low-cost Android One phones targeted at developing markets.