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LG's next smartphone arrives February 26, ready to tick every box on your wish list

Rumors are circulating about LG's next flagship smartphone, the G6. Whatever the company has in store for us, the phone will have to be a stunner, as LG failed to spark interest in its modular ecosystem with the G5.

Onoff gives you a burner number that acts just like a regular line

Onoff, a French startup, gives you a secondary phone number that works just like any cellphone or landline. Subscriptions start at $3 a month, and international calling costs a bit extra.

Google’s $20 Project Fi referral program has been extended ‘indefinitely’

Google has launched a referral plan for Project Fi that will give customers a cool $20 for each person they persuade to sign up. Not only that, since Google's feeling generous, the person who signed up will get $20, too.

Verizon targets Galaxy Note 7 stragglers, forwards calls to customer service

Samsung's incendiary Galaxy Note 7 is officially dead. Flight attendants no longer have to notify passengers about the device, even though the ban is still in place. Samsung says 96 percent of all Galaxy Note 7 phones have been returned.

New Samsung patent points to a phone case with a built-in E Ink screen

A new patent application filed by electronics giant Samsung appears to show a phone case with an integrated E Ink screen. It could launch alongside the company's forthcoming Galaxy S8 smartphone.

Android 7.0 update to hit Nvidia Shield Tablets in next few weeks

Along with its new Shield TV set top boxes and original Shield TVs, Nvidia is upcoming its Shield Tablet and Tablet K1s to also support Android 7.0 Nougat. While we don't have a hard release date, it's expected to be sometime in the next…

Music junkie? Here are 25 of our favorite apps for consuming and creating tunes

We've rummaged through all the major app stores to find the finest mobile music apps in existence, so no matter if you're on Android or iOS, consult this list to find the best music apps.

YouTube in-app messaging goes live in Canada first

YouTube's messaging service, previously invite-only, is now live for all Canadian users of the YouTube app on iOS and Android. For the first time, users can share content in private conversations entirely within the app.

This is how Google ensures the Play Store remains free from potential malware

Google works pretty relentlessly to ensure there is as little malware as possible on the Google Play Store. How? Well, for starters, every single app is monitored to ensure it doesn't compromise your data.

Fake Android Instagram apps have been stealing login credentials from users

Security researchers have discovered a series of fake Instagram apps on the Google Play Store that aim to steal your username and password through a sophisticated phishing scam. The apps have been taken down since being discovered.

18 annoying Galaxy S7 Edge problems and how to fix them 3:45

Samsung has refined its curved display beauty this year, but smartphone perfection remains elusive. These are the Galaxy S7 Edge problems we’ve been hearing about, with advice on how to tackle them.

Worlds collide as Cortana makes its way to the Android lock screen

Cortana, Microsoft's digital voice assistant, has a new feature on Android devices: A lock screen interface. The beta version of the app includes an shortcut enables one-swipe access to Cortana's informational cards.