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Cat's out of the bag.
Another awesome build from the Raspberry Pi community.
We took Nokia's Lumia Icon for a month-long test to really experience life with the company's flagship Windows Phone 8-based platform. Some of the benchmark results from this Snapdragon 800-powered powerhouse...
Will Amazon offer a data service as part of Prime?
Should Google, Samsung and Apple be scared?
A 7-inch smartphone by Samsung has been spotted on Chinese electronics certification website TENAA.
Tilt the phone to reveal extra menus and more.
After weeks of slowly (excruciatingly slow for some, we’re sure) releasing tiny drips of information about the potentially game-changing One, OnePlus has finally opened the floodgates and launched their...
The transaction is scheduled to close on Friday.
Is Google planning an entry-level Nexus device?
Microsoft's newest feature for Windows Phone developers is the ability to respond to reviewers.
LG's "Odin" chip may make an appearance before June.
Multiple device makers and wireless carriers have volunteered to add kill-switch solutions on devices sold after July 2015.
Now you can access your desktop or laptop using a mobile Android device.
The Gray Phone is expected to launch in January 2015.
After several setbacks, the first high-end Tizen phone will arrive at the end of this quarter.
Expect Amazon to reveal its first smartphone in June.
Eventually, heatpipes will become the norm.
LG's G2 was first announced in early August, 2013, so the company is busy working on the next generation of its flagship phone. LG has confirmed to Engadget that the G3 will feature a quad HD display with a...
Microsoft is allowing Windows Phone developers early access to Windows Phone 8.1.
Amazon is expected to reveal its smartphone in June.
What you can expect from Samsung's new phablet, the Galaxy Note 4.
Google's Verify Apps feature now keeps a watchful eye on all installed apps.
Samsung's Galaxy S5 is finally available to buy, a month after it's unveiling.
OnePlus has changed the One's SoC to the 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 801 MSM8974AC, Qualcomm's fastest.
Project Ara inches forward under Google's control.
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