Don't-Miss Phone Stories
With the BlackBerry Bold 9930, RIM's phones has come a long way. Finally, the Bold gets some touch screen love, but still retains that iconic QWERTY slab design.
The Bold gains a touchscreen, loses a few millimeters, and rocks an HD camcorder, but these features aren't enough to sway Android and iPhone owners--especially at such a high price.
The BlackBerry Torch 9810 improves on where the original Torch left off, but in specs it remains far behind the competition.
BlackBerry 7 OS adds much-needed performance boosts and cool features such as NFC and augmented reality, but RIM is mostly playing catch-up with this release.
The pricey BlackBerry Bold 9900 has a high quality feel and NFC support.
The Titanium is a push-to-talk phone with great battery life, but slow data speeds make it useless as a smartphone.
New voice commands and the ability to turn an iPhone into a dictation tool highlight the latest version of Nuance's speech-recognition software.
We look at the most popular third-party browsers on Android--from Firefox to Opera--and help you decide which one best suits your needs.
The Photon impresses with a cool design and some nifty accessories, but photographers will dislike its camera.
The Triumph raises the bar for prepaid phones, offering a fast processor and a sharp display.
Not all of your reading has to be done with a physical textbook or on a PC.