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BlackBerry’s Priv gets its first monthly security update and some key camera fixes

BlackBerry rolled out the first of its promised monthly security updates, with some tweaks to improve the camera and the Priv’s software performance. The company will also soon update its Android apps, including BlackBerry Hub.

Chrome for Android can now save up to 70 percent of your data with Data Saver mode

If you have a limited data plan or frequent slow networks, you already know how important it is to not waste data. Google's updated Data Saver mode on Chrome for Android will save up to 70 percent of your data and speed up your Web…

Get ready, fitness fanatics: The Moto 360 Sport hits the U.S. on January 7

Motorola's fitness-minded counterpart to its Moto 360, the Moto 360 Sport, will be available on January 7 in the U.S. Those lucky enough to be in the U.K. and France can order it on December 18.

Vivo's new flagships look top of the line, but lack the rumored super-specs

Chinese phone maker Vivo has officially announced the X6 and X6 Plus, two flagships that look an awful lot like the iPhone 6S. The phones look nice, but the specs might be underwhelming to anyone that read rumors prior to the release.

This crazy case makes your iPhone feel like a OnePlus 2, but it also holds a secret

OnePlus, the Android smartphone manufacturer, has launched an iPhone case. Covered in its trademark Sandstone textured material, the case actually holds a secret -- inside the box is an invitation to buy a OnePlus X, and it could be the…

Knock together a video masterpiece with Adobe’s Premiere Clip editor for Android 0:40

Android users already have plenty of choice when it comes to editing video on their devices, but the launch of Premiere Clip from software giant Adobe may well be worth a look. The free app offers plenty of control and can create…

Amid challenges, Samsung changes mobile chief for first time in 6 years

Aiming to turn its smartphone business around, Samsung is changing its mobile chief for the first time in six years. Dongjin Koh, the firm's former head of mobile R&D, replaces JK Shin, who's seen the unit through good times and, more…

Get ready to roll: Samsung patents show flexible, foldable phones and tablets

Samsung has filed patents for devices that feature flexible displays. The patents include a scrollable tube where users pull the display out, a flexible phone that acts like a book, and a bendable phone.

You can get a refund if your OnePlus USB Type-C cable won’t charge your device

OnePlus has recognized its USB Type-C cables aren't compatible with all devices, and that use may damage uncertified chargers. It has provided details on the situation, and will offer a refund to any affected customers.

Who makes the best phone warranty? We compare ALL of them

Finding a smartphone insurance with good benefits and good value is no easy proposition, so to help, we've compiled a comparative list of some of the biggest names in smartphone insurance.
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This flying saucer charger comes in peace to juice up all your gadgets

Finding the right charger and a spare power socket should be easy, but if you’ve got multiple devices that need power, it can be a pain. That’s where the Cygnett Supercharger UFO comes in.