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Active Phone Cooling will be available on 2016 Impala and Malibu models equipped with wireless charging.
Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure slammed T-Mobile's "Uncarrier bullst" in a series of tweets directed at John Legere.
The carrier has dropped plans to cap video streams on its new plan at 600 Kbps.
The images, from 9to5Mac, appear to show the next iPhone's external metal casing and internals.
Try to trick Siri with an unsolvable math problem, and she might just get a little nasty.
Sprint is positioning "All-In" as a less complicated alternative to the plans offered by its rivals.
Reuters reported that the South Korean tech giant is gearing up to launch "several" more handsets running its own Tizen OS this year.
Officials also approved a net neutrality plan, though it is a watered down version of what was initially proposed.
No one wants a laggy phone. Google shows how a Finaland-based company tests its devices before they hit stores.
A Sprint-trained expert will bring a mobile device to your home, set it up, and transfer all your content from your old device to the new one.
The company's future smartphones may hold their charge for twice as long as today's handsets.
Production has started on a next-gen iPhone that includes Force Touch, according to Bloomberg.
What you lose in performance, you gain in battery life?up to three extra hours, in some cases.
If your battery capacity ever drops below 80% when you have AppleCare+ for an iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Apple Watch, you're in luck!
The new Flir One turns your smartphone into a thermal imager that sees heat and measures temperature.
Pick up the free OnePlus Cardboard to watch next month's presentation in virtual reality.
T-Mobile's new Jump on Demand plan lets you upgrade your phone three times a year, and it'll help keep subscribers tied to T-Mobile.
A number of T-Mobile iPhone customers are complaining about random restarts and the dreaded blue screen of death.
We've been testing America's mobile networks since 2010. Here's how they've changed with time.
The mysterious "Axon Phone" is actually from ZTE, the fourth-largest smartphone seller in the U.S.