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LG reinvents its flagship handset with the G6.
The Galaxy S8 is every bit as great as its plus-sized brother. It's just smaller, and less expensive.
With a stunning 6.2-inch screen and a brilliantly compact design, the Galaxy S8+ isn't just a new flagship from Samsung, it's the best phone anyone has ever made.
LG reinvents its flagship handset with the G6, but its great screen and industrial design are almost certain to be overshadowed by the Galaxy S8.
CIO.com contributor Jim Martin looks at 4 very different health-tracking devices that monitor your heart rate.
Looking for an Android phone that won't break the bank but still has the features you need? The Moto G5 Plus is a real bargain buy, says reviewer Dan Rosenbaum.
Anything you can do with an Amazon Echo inside your home you can now do with your Android phone inside your car.
Dual-cameras are all the rage right now, but don’t get caught up in the type of the Blade V8 Pro.
Honor continues its assault on the low-tier Android market with the 6X, a budget phone with a dual camera and a killer battery life.
Huawei’s first U.S. flagship takes aim at Samsung with a ton of screen packed into its svelte, slim body.
Huawei's Mate 9 Android smartphone may not be flagship-level, but it offers a large 5.9-in. display and a lot of good tech for less money.
OnePlus refreshes its latest handset just six months after it was released, making it faster, longer-lasting, and better for snapping selfies.
While budget-conscious phones are getting better, the ZMax Pro feels stuck in the past.
The Le Pro3 looks and feels like a winner, and then you begin using it and everything starts to fall apart.
It's $100 less than the Axon 7, but you’re giving up a lot more than screen size with the smaller device.
The Alcatel Idol 4S is the first Windows phone specifically designed for virtual reality, sporting outstanding battery life and top-flight performance.
It's not the best phone for photos or video, but the V20 is still a great all-around phone for Android fans who want a kitchen sink full of features.
Google sacrifices very little in the smaller, less expensive version of its hot new phone.
Google's first in-house phone is a delightful holistic experience that might make you think twice about Apple or Samsung.