As Samsung gets ready to re-launch the Galaxy Fold, Huawei seems to be taking the last steps before launching the 8-inch Mate X.
A new storage speed standard will give the Note 10's performance a big boost, as would using Samsung’s newest RAM chips.
Lack of innovation and bad design are not worth the price of the upgrade in 2019. Better to wait till 2020, when things will get exciting.
Unihertz claims that its IP67-rated Titan is shockproof and it will start selling at $199 for a limited number of units.
Samsung keeps thinking about alternatives to the Galaxy Fold with a new format that changes the folding screen to an extendable one.
Get ready to learn some Dr. Strange hand moves to control your Pixel 4XL thanks to the new Soli chip.
Steve Jobs decided that the iPhone should use a glass-covered screen instead of a plastic one just six months before the gadget hit the stores.
The US government will start giving licenses to US manufacturers to deal with Huawei on a product by product basis, as long as it’s not a threat to national security.
The world’s largest patent holder thinks that’s you can wear a full computer on your wrist and extend from smartwatch to phone to tablet.
Internal leaks claim that Samsung has redesigned three key aspects of the Galaxy Fold design, including one that nobody was expecting.
Moving a phone from one carrier to another can be quite a confusing and complicated process. This guide explains everything you need to know when switching services.
The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL could be the smartest smartphones ever made, but is that enough? Here are the pros and cons.
We surveyed Amazon, Best Buy and Samsung to find out what users think about Samsung's flagship phone
Verizon has streamlined its cellphone plans into four offerings that are only available if you buy your phone outright or join the carrier's monthly installment plan.
Discount wireless carrier Helio has returned from a five-year absence with a $29 unlimited data plan -- provided you can live with 2G speeds.
Starting June 28, the Jump OnDemand program from T-Mobile will let customers upgrade their smartphones up to three times a year.