As more companies adopt stock Android on new phones, Nokia leads the charge with four new Android One and Android Go devices.
At Mobile World Congress, the hub of innovation in smartphones, every device looks vaguely similar. But they don’t have to, and the solution lies in the details.
The Galaxy S9 and S9+ wow with cameras that are faster and much better in low light, but the new augmented-reality features are a mixed bag.
Asus has disguised its latest mid-range Android phone as an iPhone X, but that's where the similarities end.
The ZenFone 5Z offers flagship performance, dual-lens cameras and an edge-to-edge display for about half the price of Apple and Samsung’s premium devices.
Vivo's Apex concept phone has a pop-up camera and an in-screen fingerprint sensor, and we got to try these features out.
Waverly Labs $250 Pilot earbuds are completely wireless and can translate conversations. But they cost $100 more than Google's offering.
LG unveiled a not-quite-new handset at Mobile World Congress, a version of its V30 flagship, the ThinQ, with AI cameras and more memory.
Huawei isn't building autonomous vehicles, but its Mate 10 Pro is smart enough to detect obstacles and tell a car to steer around them.
The Galaxy S9 has a lot of features designed to wow, and I share some responsibility for perpetuating the incessant one-upmanship of Samsung and other phone makers.
Sony's new Bluetooth earbuds are pretty much the exact opposite of noise-canceling headphones, and they arrive in May.
Samsung's AR Emoji feature look to challenge Apple's Animoji, but the Galaxy S9's 3D characters are more creepy than cool.
Samsung didn't bump up the base storage of the Galaxy S9, but the newest flagships support supersized microSD cards.
Samsung hopes to reinvent the smartphone camera with the Galaxy S9 and S9+. Here are five ways the cameras on the new flagship phones outdo their predecessors.
Samsung has refined its DeX dock to make for a better workstation. Here's how the new DeX Pad improves on its predecessor.
The high-end Nokia 8 Sirocco and entry-level Nokia 1 highlight the four phones introduced at this year's Mobile World Congress, as Nokia rolls out a range of models.
ZTE has been a leader in low-cost but still well-made Android phones. It’s hoping to continue that approach with the just-announced Blade V9 and V9 Vita.
With ultra-wide displays and advanced cameras, Alcatel’s budget smartphones are guaranteed to turn heads.
Samsung’s Galaxy S9 will capture the lion's share of attention at the world's biggest mobile trade show, but it's not the only device we're excited about.
Someone found images of the Galaxy S9 in Samsung's Unpacked 2018 app and posted them in advance of this weekend's big unveiling.
During a demo at this week's Mobile World Congress, SAP showed off how renting a car, navigating to parking, paying for gas and logging expenses can all be connected.
Elliptic Labs makes the ultrasound sensor that gives Xiaomi's Mi Mix its all-display look. But that technology could have an even bigger impact.
The upcoming HTC U is an absolutely gorgeous phone, but its mish mash of features leave us wondering if the overall product is less than the sum of its parts.
After unveiling Vive Trackers last month, HTC has set the price at $99 for the devices that add real objects into the virtual world.
After getting a chance to try out the newly unveiled controller for Samsung's Gear VR headset, we think it's a welcome addition to mobile VR.
The Energizer E550LTE hits the U.S. this summer with a whopping 4,000 mAh battery and a rugged body that can survive drops, water and dust.
Vuzix's Blade 3000 specs look more like sunglasses than something that will get you mocked. They could be ready for consumers by 2018.