It looks like we will see at least one new BlackBerry device at this year's Mobile World Congress. With both a touchscreen and retractable keyboard, the BlackBerry Uni looks a lot like its predecessor, the BlackBerry Priv.
Google updated its Phone app to include a Facebook Messenger-like "chat heads" feature, which is currently rolling out. Users will see a floating icon on their display with the contact photo of the person they're on the phone with.
Google has quietly launched Gmail Go, a lightweight version of Gmail aimed at phones with little storage and less processing power. The app is available from Google Play, but it doesn't appear to be available to everyone.
While some phone manufacturers will wait to launch devices until after Mobile World Congress to avoid competing with the Samsung Galaxy S9, Nokia is bucking the trend. Here's what we expect to see from the resurgent brand.
Samsung has been showcasing bendable display technology for a few years now and a folding smartphone might finally become a reality. The Galaxy X may be the company's first example, and here's everything we know about it.
According to security firm Malwarebytes, millions of Android devices could be secretly mining cryptocurrency and it could be wrecking your phone. Make sure you're not infected and find out how to fix it.
Google's Project Fi already offered the same data rate and unlimited texting for travelers in 135 countries, but now Google is expanding that to a hefty 170. Project Fi will also now find travel information from Gmail.
Amidst financial losses for the division as well as a large sell-off to Google, HTC's smartphone president has resigned, citing his personal career plan as the reason he's abandoning the beleaguered Taiwanese company.