It looks like Samsung is prepping the release of yet another mid-range smartphone. A refresh of the Galaxy Grand Prime was spotted in an FCC filing, only a few weeks after it was seen in a Geekbench log.
Meetup is undergoing a rebranding on mobile and the web. As part of the gargantuan effort, it's launched completely redesigned apps for Android and iOS with simplified interfaces and new functionality.
Snapchat, to anyone not already on the social network, looks confusing, weird, and almost impenetrable. It turns out that beneath the surface is a creative, entertaining community that may just be worth the effort to join.
During BlackBerry's second quarter 2016 earnings call in late September, the company confirmed what was widely expected: it would no longer manufacture its own smartphones, instead pivoting focus toward software.
Mods, mods, mods -- that's what Motorola is highlighting for its new Moto Z and Moto Z Force, and there is a new device in the lineup -- the Moto Z Play. Pre-orders are now open for the mod, and the Verizon-locked Play Droid is available…
Apple's long-awaited iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are finally here, but how do they stack up to HTC's top-of-the-line HTC 10? We conduct an in-depth comparison of the flagship handsets to find out which excels in terms of hardware and software.
Samsung will celebrate its mobile payment service's first anniversary in the U.S. by introducing an in-app coupon service and $100,000 in prizes. The contest runs until 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, so submit your entries now!
Google's debuting new features in the Chrome browser for Android that promise to speed up web browsing. One, Data Saver, compresses web pages on the fly, while another removes unnecessary images and background elements.
Google's new smartphones are coming on October 4. They are rumored to be the 5-inch Pixel and 5.5-inch Pixel XL, and they will be marketed as the first smartphones "made by Google." Here's everything you need to know.