Don't-Miss Phone Stories
With an improved battery swapping system, the LG G5 isn't a bad phone, per se. But various other features probably looked better in the R&D lab than they do in real life.
Good news for fans of small phones: Apple didn't make the 4-inch iPhone SE a second-class device.
It’s got a smaller screen and a smaller price tag to match, but the iPhone SE doesn’t compromise—it’s nearly as capable as Apple’s flagship iPhone 6s.
Computerworld Senior Editor Matt Hamblen goes into detail with HP's business-friendly Elite x3 smartphone.
But take heed: there are a whole host of kinks to work out before it's ready to take on mainstream competition.
The "perfect selfie" mode ensures that every photo of yourself you take is enhanced to make you look great.
Motorola’s powerful smartphone would be better off if it were freed from Big Red's shackles.
Two different Bluetooth trackers can help you find lost keys, wallet, even your smartphone. Both do a good job -- but they have a significant limitation that can prevent you from finding missing items away from home.
The OnePlus X is a surprisingly good device for $250, but it’s missing some essential features.
These seven wireless charging devices can make powering up much less painful. Most are relatively affordable and they're great gifts for your loved ones — or for you.
BlackBerry’s first stab at an Android phone is a pretty decent attempt. But will it be enough to save the company?
HTC would have a hit on its hands if it weren't so optimistic about how much you'd be willing to pay for this small, mid-range phone.
This is the upgrade Nexus 5 fans have been waiting for.
Look out Samsung and LG. The best premium Android phone on the market is Google's own.
The Moto X is sold unlocked with high-end specs and you can customize it to your liking. That's a pretty good deal for $400.