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Samsung Galaxy S7 rumors abound ahead of a likely reveal at Mobile World Congress 2016.
Several devices, including the OnePlus One and Nexus 7, are now supported.
According to Windows Central, the Mi Pad 2 can run Windows 10 or Android.
AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and more all have Black Friday deals on phones, tablets, and accessories.
A new app from Cupertino might save you a trip to the Apple Store.
Available to Chinese consumers via the jd.com crowdfunding site, the Pepsi Phone P1s can still be purchased for ¥999.
Tom Wheeler not only doesn't have an issue with the program, but he actually supports it.
The Lumia 950 smartphone shows how Microsoft can integrate the mobile and desktop experience, but it also shows how the company is way behind iOS and Android in third-party support.
The offer is available Friday, Nov. 20 through Jan. 7, 2016.
A HUD grant is bringing off-grid communication device goTenna to 20,000 small businesses in NYC.
You can also now try out certain apps you might like, without having to download them.
The Galaxy phablet now highlights the right and wrong ways to tuck the S Pen into its holster.
FatWallet scoured the "leaked" flyers for Black Friday deals; here's what it considers good, better, and best.
MetroPCS customers will be able to stream all the music they want from 33 supported services.
The Cupertino tech giant on Tuesday launched Apple Pay in Canada, but just for American Express customers.
The Google Nexus 6P is one of the best unlocked smartphones you can buy.
AT&T will be the first carrier in the U.S. to offer these devices.
So far, HTC has not said whether it will be launching the device, so it's unknown whether the images are real.
Those reporting about Walmart's "$10 Android phone" don't understand it's being subsidized by Tracfone.