It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you. From Peeple to the massive T-Mobile hack, it's all here.
When was the last time that a new smartphone launched that didn't look similar to another phone? If you thought the Nexus 6P was unique, think again. ZTE thinks it's a Grand S ripoff. Should they have a beef with Huawei?
Xiaomi finds itself in trouble with the Beijing Ministry of Industry and Commerce over the company's use of the term "the best" on its website. Using the term could be in violation of China's new ad law, which penalizes such superlatives in…
LG took the wraps off its V10 smartphone, which, in addition to sporting dual screens, packs twin front-facing shooters and high-end hardware. LG also teased the LG Urbane 2nd Edition, its latest smartwatch.
Apple apparently snubbed Google's invitation to work on support for Chromecast Audio, its new device capable of making any speaker mobile-friendly. A Google rep confirmed that it did offer Apple some help, but didn't receive a response.
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.