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After its launch was delayed due to ‘high demand,’ the $1,500 Motorola Razr foldable smartphone finally has a release date
Motorola's new $1,500 Razr foldable smartphone is the most desirable smartphone in years, and it'll be available to buy in early February.
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S20 smartphones will be unveiled on February 11, and are coming with 2 major upgrades — here’s everything ...
Samsung's Galaxy S20 will be a big refresh, with rumors of a camera with over 100 megapixels, and it'll most likely have 5G as standard.
Some are saying it'll be called the Galaxy S11, other say it'll be the Galaxy S20. We'll know for sure in a month!
OnePlus created a concept smartphone that uses glass tech from a $300,000 supercar to make the camera disappear
The Concept One from OnePlus will be more minimalist than any other smartphone because it won't have visible camera lenses.
I consistently recommend smartphones from a company that few in the US have ever heard of over Apple’s iPhones or Samsung’s Galaxy phones ...
Apple and Samsung are just names to me — what matters most are the phones themselves and what they propose for their price tags.
Android users who are jealous of iMessage need to know about Google’s ‘Messages for web’ service, which lets you text from almost an...
Google's Messages for web lets Android users text from almost any computer, even Apple Mac computers and laptops.
Switching to iPhone means switching to an Apple laptop to get the best parts of the Apple ecosystem, but the company doesn't have what I need.
It's been two years since Apple's iPhone X came out, which means it's not too unreasonable for iPhone X owners to start thinking about an upgrade.
All of 2020’s top Android phones running on Qualcomm’s latest chip will have 5G — whether you want it or not
The previous generation Snapdragon 855 chip came in two variants — one that supported 5G and one that did not.
T-Mobile just pushed the button for its 5G network that it says will cover 60% of Americans — way more than AT&T and Verizon
T-Mobile says its new nationwide 5G network covers 20,000% more people than AT&T and Verizon's 5G networks.