Don't-Miss Phone Stories
Nokia's latest flagship Windows Phone, the Nokia Lumia, is a very good phone, period, albeit with one significant flaw.
All the carriers had room for improvement, but one in particular (rhymes with "hint") has a long way to go to make the honor roll.
Not even the President can resist pointing the camera at himself every now and then. Here's how to do a good job of it.
HTC will do anything to stay relevant in the mobile game—like launch a phablet-sized phone with recycled parts.
For mobile users who enjoy a bit of challenge in their lives.
It's hard to say anything else about this phone. If you could see it right now, that's all you'd be thinking about, too.
Without its slick OS, the Nexus 5 would be just another top-of-the-line Android phone.
Samsung threw everything but the kitchen sink into its latest not-quite-a-phone, not-quite-a-tablet. No wonder it's so big.
It doesn't boast the marquee features of the pricier iPhone 5s, but Apple's colorful new iPhone is an affordable upgrade for anyone with an iPhone 4s or anything older.
What good is a tough phone if it can't even last through a whole day?
The press embargo has lifted, the press is now free to publish their first takes on Apple's latest devices.
Though eye-catching, Apple's latest mobile operating system is no mere face-lift. iOS 7 redefines not just how your iPhone or iPad looks, but also how it works, and it does so with Apple's characteristic style.
It looks just like the full-size original—until you start using it. For $100 less, you get mid-tier components and a decidedly different display experience.
More battery life is always good, we just wish the Droid Maxx had done something else to help it stand out from the Android crowd.
Stop us if you're heard this one: It has great specs, a plain design, and lots of minor annoyances.