Don't-Miss Phone Stories
Nothing will ever equal the revolutionary quality of the first iPhone. But this fifth-generation model continues the tradition of incrementally making a great phone greater.
When it comes to mobile apps, the OS you're running them on can make a world of difference. Here are 10 apps that behave differently depending on whether you use them on Android or iOS.
The Kyocera Rise is a great starter smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard, but more-experienced smartphone users will be left wanting more.
The Kyocera Hydro's performance and display won't turn any heads, but its waterproof design makes it worth a look if you're accident-prone.
If you're looking for a smartphone with a great physical keyboard, look no further than the Motorola Photon Q.
Even with the ability to play live TV, the Lightray's year-old specs make justifying its high price tag difficult.
We put six Android phones through our suite of benchmark tests to see which ones had the best CPU, graphics, and browser performance.
The updated Zenbook ships with Ivy Bridge, a gorgeous full HD IPS display, and an improved trackpad.
Current Caller ID, a new, free app that launched Wednesday for Android phones, applies social media and analytics to traditional phone calls.
This business-oriented Ultrabook has a dim screen and a quiet headphone jack—not ideal for on-the-go users.
Not much has changed with the Galaxy Note for T-Mobile, but it ships with Ice Cream Sandwich and is slightly less expensive than the AT&T version.