Last year's April Fool's Day joke turned into reality, Hyperkin Lab's Smart Boy runs Game Boy cartridges on directly on your smartphone. The software is open source and the company has started taking pre-orders.
Google added concrete dates to when Nexus devices will stop receiving Android version updates. For example, the Nexus 5X and 6P are slated to no longer receive Android version updates after September 2017.
Itching to play around with a BlackBerry device? The company is opening a pop-up store in New York, where you can purchase devices like the Priv, Passport, and Leap. You'll also get a free sync pod and case with every smartphone purchase.
If you have 2-step Verification turned on, you know fumbling for your phone can be a hassle when you need to quickly login to a Google account. Not anymore -- Google has made the process simpler with push notification Google prompts.
Google's launched a new feature on mobile, symptom checker, that helps searchers find useful information about medical maladies and ailments. It's available in the U.S. in English, with additional language support planned.
Oppo unveiled the A37, a seemingly solid mid-range offering that features decent cameras and internals. The phone is currently available for $200, though keep network compatibility in mind if you live in the West.
We don't often choose a cheap phone because of the design or performance, just because it fits our budget. The Honor 5C may be cheap, but its design and potential gaming performance may mean you pick this one up for other reasons.
Samsung has been showcasing bendable display technology for a few years now, and a folding smartphone might finally become a reality. Internally code named Project Valley, the Galaxy X could launch next year.
DeepMind's artificial intelligence division can now add another accomplishment to its already lengthy roster: the ability to teach itself 'ant soccer.' The feat's thanks to processing improvements and a new method of reinforcement.
Samsung's latest advertisement campaign reminds us of Apple's "Shot on iPhone", minus all of the consumer touches that made it so popular. Timelapses and sweeping urban landscapes isn't for the average consumer.