Samsung made an Android flip phone with two screens called the W2016

If you miss snapping your phone shut to punctuate the end of a phone call, never fear, as Samsung is hoping to bring the clamshell back with its W2016 smartphone. It features fast-charging, dual displays, and the classic key-pad.

Jawbone lays off 15 percent of staff and closes its New York office

Jawbone may be in trouble, as it lays off 60 employees and closes its New York office. The company says no more changes will be made, but the wearable maker may also be scaling back other facilities.

5 songs you need to stream this week: Adele’s new video, Thundercat, and more

Not sure what new music to listen to? We'll let you know what new tracks and albums dropping this week are worthy of your attention. Up this week: Adele, Thundercat and more.

No smartphone processors from Sony confirms CEO Kazuo Hirai

Hopes of having a Sony-made processor inside a future version of one of its Xperia smartphones have been dashed after the company's CEO, Kazuo Hirai, denied all related rumors in an interview.

Apple's iPhone 7 Plus may get super powers with 3GB RAM and waterproofing

Forget about the iPhone 6S, that's already old news. Rumors have already started to spread about the iPhone 7, a device we almost certainly won't see until the end of 2016.

With the ShareTheMeal app, your 50-cent donation can help end world hunger 0:55

Thanks to the ShareTheMeal app from the United Nations World Food Program (WFP), you can use your smartphone to help feed a child, one 50-cent donation at a time. Already, the app has garnered 81,000 new users and 600,000 shared…

T-Mobile Binge On doesn’t violate Net neutrality rules, says FCC chairman

T-Mobile's latest Un-Carrier service, Binge On, does not appear to violate the Net neutrality rules imposed by the Federal Communications Commission. The Chairman of the Commission, Tom Wheeler, said Binge On is both pro-competitive and…

Apple Pencil gets busted in bend test, but overall stands up pretty well

If the Apple Pencil thought it could escape a torture test, it had another thing coming. Video blogger Zach Straley this week stuck the device in the iPad Pro to see how much of a beating it could take, and the result is messy.

Apple Pay finally ventures beyond US and UK, heads to Canada and Australia

Almost a year after Apple Pay launched, the mobile payments service has expanded beyond the US and UK, with Canada and Australia now added to the list. However, early adopters will need an Amex card to use it.

LG cancels LTE Watch Urbane launch due to complicated hardware issue

LG's follow-up to the Watch Urbane, with its own SIM card and 4G LTE, so it can be used entirely independently of your phone, has had its launch canceled due to a complicated technical issue. Currently, it's unknown whether it will ever be…

The Pepsi phone is real, and here’s what it looks like

The Pepsi P1 smartphone will go on sale in China later this year, Pepsi said. It's the beverage conglomerate's first branded Android smartphone, and it features Pepsi's signature logo.