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The Neoix Rakkaus has more features than you'd expect in a low-cost unlocked phone, but a chintzy build, disappointing screen, and weak processor hold it back.
The humbling of an upstart little virtual carrier shows why Google isn't getting more ambitious with Project Fi.
All retail locations will also begin installing plastic screen protectors on iDevices.
For now, however, Vaio's second smartphone is only coming to Japan.
The companies hope to lead market share in battery cases, external batteries, screen protection, and tablet keyboards.
Miitomo is a "social experience" that uses the familiar Mii characters to engage with friends.
Mark your calendars for March 15, Apple fans. But do it in pencil.
Things are getting crazier, as US Mobile says it'll try to sell Xiaomi phones... whether or not Xiaomi wants it to.
You may soon be able to hover a finger over an iPhone to make a phone call, check Twitter, or complete other tasks.
The small carrier, which would have been the first to sell Xiaomi phones in the U.S., has pulled them from sale.
Starting at the end of February, 250 lucky tourists a week will be able to borrow a free Galaxy Note 5 at Incheon Airport.
If you can live without LTE, you won't find a phone that offers better bang for your buck than the Xiaomi Mi 3 on US Mobile—but that's a big "if."
The midrange Honor 5X, which landed on our Best of CES list, looks like a premium phone, but is just $199.99.
Samsung's Unpacked event will take place on Feb. 21 during MWC. Look for the Galaxy S7 and some VR-related news.
A small wireless carrier took it upon itself to introduce Americans to the hottest phones from China.
Cupertino is working on what Bloomberg called "cutting-edge" tech that would allow for over-the-air charging.
Starting today, all U.S. iPhone users can broadcast video from their phone to the social network in real time.
The Un-carrier also announced the addition of Amazon Video and other platforms.
In PCMag's review, however, we dinged the OnePlus X for its missing North American LTE bands.
Wall adapters intended for use in the U.S., U.K., China, and Japan are not affected.