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You only pay once: FreedomPop’s first Wi-Fi-calling phone has zero monthly costs

FreedomPop has announced its first smartphone, and although there's a single one-off charge, the device comes with free calls, texts, data, and WhatsApp use every month. Here's what you need to know.

VoxEra is a tiny device that makes international calling and texting essentially free

VoxEra, a diminutive device that plugs into your home router, can save you big on international calling and texting charges. It's launching on Kickstarter ahead of a wider rollout this year.

Google Play celebrates anniversary with lists of its most popular apps

In celebration of Google Play's fifth birthday, the company published lists of its top five most-popular games, apps, music, movies, and books since the platform's launch in 2012.

Turkish regulators will look into whether Google violated antitrust rules

Google's in hot water with Turkish regulators over potentially monopolistic practices -- specifically regarding its Android operating system. The country's Turkish Competition Authority said it would look into whether the software violated…

Did you click ‘Always’ and wish you could take it back? Here’s how to reset default apps in Android

If you have an Android smartphone, you can choose which apps open files and links by default. If you're rethinking your initial decision and want to reset these apps, however, then follow this step-by-step guide.

Track the progress of your burgeoning baby with these pregnancy apps

If you are pregnant and looking to find videos, reading material, or connections with other families who are also expecting, we've rounded up a slew of apps that will allow you to do so.

Google Photos just got even better with new auto white balance feature

Google has updated its much-loved Photos app with a new auto white balance feature -- an overdue improvement that will help make the colors in your photos look a whole lot more natural.

Here are the flat-out craziest virtual reality demos we saw at Mobile World Congress

You might not necessarily think of virtual reality as phone tech, but it nonetheless was out in full force at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. We sought out the best the show had to offer.

Motorola is back: Lenovo drops confusing branding, revives familiar name

The tech giant now plans to return the full Motorola name and iconic logo to the smartphone manufacturer's upcoming products, roughly a year after settling on the "Moto by Lenovo" brand identity.

Samsung's rugged Galaxy Xcover 4 comes with Android Nougat for less than $300

Samsung announced the Galaxy Xcover 4, the latest in the company's line of rugged smartphones. The phone will be available in Europe sometime in April, though wider availability is unknown.

MWC 2017 Trends: Waterproof phones are in, wearables are out, and nostalgia is king

MWC sets the trends for the mobile world each year, and this year, we've seen five big trends emerging: waterproof phones, nostalgic tech, TV tech in phones, no wearables, and the survival of the headphone jack.

In 2016, there were three times as many mobile malware installations than 2015

It looks like mobile malware is on the rise. According to a recent report, 2016 saw a threefold increase in mobile malware installations. While advertising trojans were the most installed, mobile ransomware also made an appearance.