Another miniature flagship, the first from LG.
Darn those teasing leaks.
Google Now supports relationships, allowing users to say commands like "Call Mom."
This phone will not appear until Summer 2015.
Leaving BlackBerry was his choice, the company says.
Chinese chipset maker MediaTek has announced a new SoC for smartphones and tablets that promises to take the company into new markets. The octo-core MT6595 features big.LITTLE ARM Cortex-A17, PowerVR Rogue...
Soon budget devices like Motorola's impressive Moto G can have the 4G LTE functionality of their pricier counterparts.
Archos confirms that a Windows Phone is a possibility.
Several wireless carriers have backed off from a Tizen launch.
Here's another company producing a satellite-based hotspot.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, the Google phone in the most passionate of colors is here. It's also the color of KitKat... coincidence?
Here's a way to stay connected when traveling outside your wireless carrier's network.
Rumors of colored Nexus 5s continue to thrive.
2014 looks to be an important year for Intel's smartphone plans.
Lenovo looks to go up against Samsung for the lion's share of the Android smartphone market.
Nvidia has released a new version of its TegraZone app for Android.
BlackBerry's latest OS update unlocks the FM radio, and more.
Samsung is making patent deals left and right.
Google and Samsung are now sharing patents with each other.
No more Nexus after next year?
The latest version of GFXBench is arriving on Android first.
Qualcomm strengthens its position with patents from HP.
Is Google taking on Apple's iPhone 5C with some colorful phones of its own?
Sharp is launching a tablet and smartphone packed with its IGZO displays.
Sony is taking away the Xperia Z Ultra's radio and selling it as a tablet.
Apple's head of marketing, Phil Schiller, said Samsung's devices resembling the iPhone made it "much harder" to effectively distinguish the two lines of products.