Microsoft may use the Surface Phone to showcase Windows 10's new telephony features. A Windows Insider Preview build reveals that support for phone features in Windows is coming, further fueling Surface Phone rumors.
The Razer Phone is finally here, boasting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip, a massive 8GB of RAM and a 120Hz display. Here's everything you need to know about the new phone, from specs to pricing and availability.
Phones are getting bigger and bigger, but one company, Unihertz, has launched a phone that's built to be tiny. The phone is called the Jelly, and it boasts a tiny 2.45-inch display and Android 7.0 Nougat.
We're all for multipurpose products, and the Fodi phone stand uses origami techniques for great strength, without adding weight and bulk. It's so strong, you can use it to angle your laptop for a better typing position.
Here to help you ensure that you never break the law, inadvertently or not, is a new tool from the CTIA that lets you check if the phone you're interested in purchasing came from an illegitimate source -- the Stolen Phone Checker.
John McAfee is at it again -- this time he's launched what he claims is a "hack-proof" phone. The phone features a physical switch to turn off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, battery, camera, and microphone. But is it really all that hack proof?
Android and iOS continue to dominate the market -- and in fact, are pushing out other operating systems like Windows Phone, according to a new report. The report also noted that the Apple iPhone 7 was the highest-selling phone in Q1.
Ever wondered what happens to a phone after it gets stolen? Using a specially modified phone, this filmmaker allowed the device to get stolen, and then tracked what happened to it using data, audio, and even pictures.
Who needs speakers at a party when you've dozens of guests, and all their mobile phones? The only addition you need is Amplify, a new app that wants to get everyone's smartphone playing the same tune at the same time.
According to a new report from CNET, there just might be a new secret project underway in Menlo Park. Its name is Building 8, and it's a "secretive new division of Facebook." It just might be making a phone.