There's a wealth of reasonably priced smartphones that seem to offer amazing value for money in China, but are they worth the time and effort needed to import them? We try out the Uhans S1, a $160 stunner, to see if it stacks up.
Google has launched an app that helps you create 360-degree photos with only your smartphone. The result? Some pretty trippy virtual reality bubbles. The app is available on Google Play and is coming to iOS "soon."
A new hack has been discovered by the folks over at XDA-Developers that basically allows non-Pixel smartphones to get Google Assistant, Google's latest digital assistant. So far, Google Assistant is only available on the Google Assistant.
Google is out with new smartphones, ones that are apparently "Only on Verizon." They're not -- you can use them on any carrier. Here's why you should avoid purchasing the phones from Verizon, and get them from Google instead.
There's nothing worse than getting a new phone and realizing you don't have any of your old contacts listed. Luckily, it's an easy problem to solve. Here's how to transfer your contact list to your new device.
ZTE has a master plan to shake up the mobile industry with a daring new crowdsourced competition called Project CSX. Anyone can submit ideas for the next great mobile product to ZTE, and the company will make it.
Samsung needs to stand up for its customers and end the production, sale, and promotion of the Galaxy Note 7 in light of the exploding battery issue. The Note 7 is dead, but Samsung doesn't have to be buried with it.
Project Fi is a pretty groundbreaking concept, however to date it has really only been available to single people. Finally, however, Google is bringing group plans to Project Fi, making it easy for families to join the Project Fi family.