If the Stagefright hack didn't scare you, Stagefright 2.0 definitely will. It affects nearly 1.4 billion Android devices worldwide. Hackers can take control of your device with a simple MP3 audio or MP4 video file containing malicious code.
LG has announced a follow-up to the Watch Urbane, and although it looks relatively similar, it has a big surprise inside -- its own SIM card and 4G LTE, so it can be used entirely independently of your phone.
Google's Nexus 6 was an impressive device, but how does it compare with the recently-announced Nexus 6P? Check out our in-depth spec comparison for a closer look at the hardware and software powering both devices.
Many love the LG G4 for its manual camera mode and impressive spec sheet, but LG’s got yet another flagship for creative called the LG V10. It has most of the same specs on the G4, but a few special features.
BlackBerry's next phone is a slider called the Priv, and it's going to run Android. The confirmation comes after a stream of rumors, and the device being briefly shown off at MWC 2015. Here's what we know about it so far.
LeTV, a Chinese company that has only started producing smartphones this year, is already teasing its next major release -- which will be built around the exciting new Snapdragon 820 processor, if the teaser image is anything to go by.
One thing that was always certain when it came to Google's Nexus phones was that they would come up short in the camera department. However, this year's Nexus 6P could finally be the one that breaks that streak.