No matter how you spin it, the days of traditional newspapers and broadcast news are dwindling. Check out our top picks for the best news apps, so you can quickly catch up on the latest headlines from around the global or your local region…
ZTE has announced the Nubia Prague S earlier today, a slight upgrade on the recently released My Prague model. The new smartphone comes with an eye scanner for security, and clever touch-sensitive device edges.
Sony will reveal new mobile hardware at Mobile World Congress 2016, at an event to be held on February 22. The company's not hinting at what's to come, but some of its older products are due an upgrade.
Apps are a dime a dozen and it's hard picking new ones to try -- so we've done it for you. Check out these five apps of the week, ranging from a productivity app to a slick news reader that just landed on Android.
Is your new phone misbehaving? We’ve rounded up the most common issues reportedly plaguing the LG V10 , along with a few suggestions for working around or fixing them entirely. We cover everything from battery troubles to Wi-Fi issues.
Oppo launched the F1, the first in a new series of competitively priced, and very good-looking smartphones. Here, it concentrates on the selfie cam, and a very sleek aluminum body to make the $250 phone desirable.
Google could be giving you a reason to start using Android Pay. A few users have noticed a new rewards program that gives you a chance earn free Google Play Music and a Chromecast just for using Android Pay.
Looking for a new smartphone that won't break the bank? Check out the Galaxy J3. It's the first Samsung phone to release in the U.S. in 2016, and it's available now at Virgin Mobile and is coming next week to Boost Mobile.
Facebook has a contingency plan just in case Google ever decides to remove the app from Android, and it involves building its own app store and pushing it back onto Android with a whole assortment of apps.
Samsung might be planning to release a smartphone cover with a built-in S Pen, allowing any smartphone to take advantage of the stylus. The pen has long been a standard feature of the Galaxy Note, but might come to more devices in the…
Chinese mobile giant Xiaomi has missed its sales target for 2015 by 10 million units, but still managed a 14 percent growth in sales. While it is not a bad sign, it is much smaller than the massive surge in popular Xiaomi noticed in 2014.