BlackBerry's next phone is a slider called the Priv, and it's going to run Android. The confirmation comes after a stream of rumors, and the device being briefly shown off at MWC 2015. Here's what we know about it so far.
Apple has removed several apps from the App Store for installing root certificates, which allow traffic from other apps to be moved to a different server. Been Choice, a controversial ad blocker, was one of the removed apps.
Apple Pay is growing rapidly, so we've built a list of all the vendors, retailers, and companies that plan to support Apple Pay or already do. Plus, we've integrated details on its forthcoming international launch.
OnePlus has been rumored to be readying a OnePlus Mini since last year. All has been quite for several months, but the rumor mill is starting to heat up once again, with a last minute switch to a new name: the OnePlus X. Here's everything…
The pressure's on Priv, BlackBerry's new and first ever Android-powered smartphone. Speaking at an event on Thursday, CEO John Chen said if the company's handset business fails to turn a profit in the next year, it could exit the mobile…
Microsoft's new wave of Lumia phones is here. How does the 950XL stack up against the older Lumia 1020? We compare the specs and features of the new 950XL and the older (though still impressive) Lumia 1020.
If you're not totally enamored by your fitness wearable's au natural appearance, you can disguise it as a ribbon wristband, a leather "Uptown Band," or a number of alternate accessories that elevate your Fitbit thanks to Griffin.
Cheap unlimited data is going the way of the dodo. Verizon has announced that it will soon raise the rate of grandfathered unlimited data plans by $20. It's an attempt to push subscribers to tiered, capped offerings.