Don't-Miss Phone Stories
Your next smartphone also wants to be your next point-and-shoot camera. We tested seven of the hottest smartphones available right now to see which took the best still images and video.
With its excellent camera, the HTC Titan 2 is the perfect phone for mobile shutterbugs--provided that your hands are big enough to hold the phone comfortably.
The HTC One S is the ultimate multimedia phone, from gaming to music to snapping high-quality photos.
The LG Viper has a stylish, eco-friendly design with a speedy processor, but you might not be able to utilize its 4G LTE speeds any time soon.
The LG Viper has a stylish, eco design and a wallet-friendly price, but you might not be able to utilize its 4G LTE speeds any time soon.
With a stunning display, fast data speeds, and a versatile camera, the Lumia 900 has what it takes to compete with the iPhone and with Android handsets--if Microsoft and AT&T can win over customers.
The popular image sharing and manipulation app comes to Android, and despite a few quibbles, the app's a welcome addition to Google Play.
The Galaxy S Blaze 4G has an appealing design and performs extremely well, but an abundance of unremovable bloatware mars the experience.
Whether or not Android's openness makes it an easy target for malware writers, these apps can help protect your handset.
Apps, webcams, and commercial security services let you monitor what's going on at your office remotely. Check out some of the most popular options.
The Droid 4 is the device to buy if you're looking for a smartphone with a physical keyboard, though the blurry display has room for improvement.
These apps turn your phone into your own personalized news ticker.
If you're serious about portable gaming, the Sony PlayStation Vita is a top-notch device. Its 5-inch OLED touchscreen is gorgeous and gameplay is superb, but the use of proprietary memory cards is a blemish on an otherwise outstanding product.