There's a lot of hype surrounding the Essential Phone. We've got everything you need to know about it.
CES isn't exactly a launchpad for Android gear, but there were still some cool announcements this week. Here are eight that might have flown under your radar.
Huawei has announced the WiFi Q2, a new mesh networking system capable of delivering speeds up to 1867Mbps.
Huawei's big U.S. launch of the Mate 10 Pro was dampened when AT&T pulled out of a deal to sell the new handset in stores. Now Huawei may never break through in the states.
After being publicly called out over its lack of parental controls in iOS, Apple has vowed to implement "new features and enhancements" to protect kids. But it might be too little too late.
The smart home is once again on full display at this year's CES, but it's not Siri who's in charge, it's Alexa. And Apple might never be able to take the lead.
The CPU flaw isn't just limited to PCs and Macs anymore. The Spectre vulnerability affects mobile devices and your phone is likely at risk. Here's what it is and how you can mitigate the risks.
Google Pay is bringing Android Pay and Google Wallet under a united brand, and Google says it's the first step toward simpler, streamlined digital payments.
The mid-range Sony Xperia XA2 and XA2 Ultra have Snapdragon 630 processors, sport big batteries, run Oreo, and boast a cool new feature: a fingerprint sensor that works in the U.S.
Honor's View10 will have a 5.9-inch display, Kirin 970 chip, 3,750mAH battery, and a dual camera when it hits U.S. shelves
Apple has released a statement on Meltdown and Spectre, and the flaws affect every iOS and Mac in existence. But it's probably not as scary as you think.
Samsung's new Exynos 9810 chip could mean that Face ID-style unlocking is coming to the S9.
Apple's announcement that it will replace aging batteries in iPhones 6 and later is the perfect way to end a rocky 2017.
From the Pixel phones to Assistant, Google was everywhere in 2017. But it wasn't all great. We take a look at Google's step, stumbles, and serious falls over the past 12 months.
Amazon’s Echo Spot is its best smart speaker yet, with good looks, good sound, and a killer screen.