Don't-Miss Phone Stories

Samsung SH100: $200 Cam Uses a Phone As a Remote

On many levels, the Samsung SH100 is your average $200 point-and-shoot. But it also has a secret wireless weapon.


Sony's S1 and S2 Innovative Android Tablets: Detailed Look

Here is an up-close peek at Sony’s innovative S1 and S2 tablets for sale later this year.


Acer Revo RL100: Slim Living-Room PC Has a Futuristic Keyboard

Acer's Aspire Revo RL 100 is a $569 desktop that's designed as a media streamer for your living room. With a Blu-Ray player, wireless keyboard, ample RAM, and a roomy hard drive, it's very good for that specific use.


LG Optimus 3D: Fun, Powerful, and a Little Gimmicky

Although we're not entirely sold on 3D technology for mobile devices, the LG Optimus 3D is a fun yet powerful phone--3D or not.


Olympus PEN E-P3: A Small, Jam-Packed DSLR Alternative

The Olympus PEN E-P3 interchangeable-lens camera has a lot of improvements that make it one of the best DSLR alternatives out there: a new sensor, a new image processor, and a new high-speed autofocus system.


HP TouchPad Tablet Isn't Ready for Prime Time

While HP's WebOS has some elegant features, the TouchPad needs some refinement.


Third Eye Android App Review: Slay Vampires With Your Phone

This free Android game combines augmented reality, facial recognition technology with a good old-fashioned RPG storyline.


HTC Evo 3D Review: Dual-Core, 3D Display, 4G Speeds

One of the first 3D Android phones, the Evo 3D is a worthy successor to the Evo 4G.


Windows Phone 7 Mango is a Substantial Upgrade

The new version of Windows Phone 7, code-named Mango, includes substantial improvements to the OS's search capabilities and entertainment options.

Windows Phone 7 'Mango' Hands On

Mango makes finding content, information, and people on your Windows Phone that much easier.

10 Upcoming Android Devices We Just Can't Wait For

We use our time machine to take a look at upcoming Android devices.


Pantech Crossover Review: Good Keyboard, Bad Everything Else

The Crossover reinforces the lesson that you get what you pay for.


The Phone Specs That Matter

Smartphones specs are starting to sound like those for PCs: processor speeds and RAM amount. But those probably aren't the most important factors when you're considering a new handset.