The Huawei Watch was the first Android Wear smartwatch we really wanted to put on our wrist. Now the Watch 2 is here, and there are two versions, one with 4G LTE so you can abandon your phone. Here's our first take, the specs, and more.
The Huawei P9 introduced us to the wonder of a dual-lens Leica camera on a smartphone, and now Huawei's back with the P10. An upgraded Leica camera is onboard, along with a new body and new software. Here's our hands on.
LG's G6 is a gorgeous, glamorous glass and metal flagship phone with solid specs and high-tech cameras. We go hands on with the device to give you our first impressions of the design, specs, and software.
With Mobile World Congress right around the corner, Archos unveiled the 101 Saphir, the latest in the company's line of tablets. The rugged device will be available sometime in June for an unknown price.
You'll be able to get your hands on a limited edition of Chariot series watches. If you're an Apple enthusiast or, perhaps more specifically, a Steve Jobs fan, you'll recognize the watch as the same timepiece Jobs wore on the cover of Time.
In an about face on its longstanding policy, Apple has sent a memo around to its retail employees noting that a customer who has their device screen repaired by a third party does not void his or her warranty.
According to new guidelines released by the International Telcommunication Union (ITU), a single 5G cell must have a download capacity of no fewer than 20Gbps. For comparison, the peak rate for today's LTE cells stands at about 1Gbps.
BlackBerry's next smartphone is the KeyOne -- a promising Android phone targeted toward people who prefer physical keyboards, as well as BlackBerry's suite of secure apps. It's not in the flagship tier anymore, as it's priced at $550.
Smartphone video is typically difficult to stabilize, but Imint's Vidhance software suite does it automatically -- and in real time. It's already in the Huawei Mate 9, and it'll come to more phones this year.