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Stop phone scammers in their tracks with FONES, an anti-robocalling solution

First Orion's FONES system is a custom-built call-filtering system for mobile operators. It blocks fraudulent calls using a variety of technologies, including advanced heuristics and accumulation of network traffic.

A step-by-step guide on how to delete, and recover, text messages on Android

With so many different Android devices in the wild, how to go about deleting your text messages isn't always clear. This guide will teach you some tricks on how to delete, and recover, your text messages in Android.

Faster than a bullet? ZTE is going full speed ahead with the Gigabit Phone

The flagship smartphone that ZTE is showing off at MWC is one you won't be able to buy anytime soon. That's because the Gigabit Phone is a "forward-looking" concept phone that showcases the possibility of high-speed data connectivity.

Techy, but not trendy: Huawei's Watch 2 has the smarts, but not the original's universal appeal

The Huawei Watch was the first Android Wear smartwatch we really wanted to put on our wrist. Now the Watch 2 is here, and there are two versions, one with 4G LTE so you can abandon your phone. Here's our first take, the specs, and more.

Beautiful in blue: Huawei's P10 turns the power, camera, and style up to the max

The Huawei P9 introduced us to the wonder of a dual-lens Leica camera on a smartphone, and now Huawei's back with the P10. An upgraded Leica camera is onboard, along with a new body and new software. Here's our hands on.

Google Assistant is coming to millions of devices running Android Marshmallow or Nougat

Google's biggest announcement at Mobile World Congress is about its artificially intelligent Assistant -- it's now available on millions of smartphones running Android Marshmallow and Nougat.

LG hits all the right notes with the waterproof, nearly bezel-free G6

LG's G6 is a gorgeous, glamorous glass and metal flagship phone with solid specs and high-tech cameras. We go hands on with the device to give you our first impressions of the design, specs, and software.

Watch LG tear its G6 phone apart, and see the robotic butt it slams on them

LG puts all its phones through the paces with battery and quality control testing. We saw first hand the tests the LG G6 will go through and we even witnessed a complete teardown of the LG G6.

Archos’ 101 Saphir can withstand dust and drops, and your wallet probably won’t cry

With Mobile World Congress right around the corner, Archos unveiled the 101 Saphir, the latest in the company's line of tablets. The rugged device will be available sometime in June for an unknown price.

BlackBerry's $550 KeyOne targets physical keyboard lovers

BlackBerry's next smartphone is the KeyOne -- a promising Android phone targeted toward people who prefer physical keyboards, as well as BlackBerry's suite of secure apps. It's not in the flagship tier anymore, as it's priced at $550.

No more shaky footage: Imint's Vidhance software stabilizes video in real time

Smartphone video is typically difficult to stabilize, but Imint's Vidhance software suite does it automatically -- and in real time. It's already in the Huawei Mate 9, and it'll come to more phones this year.

Data disaster averted! How to back up your Android smartphone

You never know when your Android device might meet its unexpected demise, which is why you should always back up your device in advance. Here's how to do so using a variety of methods, including first and third-party software.