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HTC just announced a couple of new promotions as it starts of 2016 with new virtual reality and wearable products.
The Note 5 S Pen is a fantastic tool, but some folks found a way to break the S Pen by putting it in backwards. Samsung has reportedly fixed the design to prevent future issues.
Chinese smartphone makers saw huge success in 2015. Huawei beat Xiaomi for worldwide shipments, but it's clear both are doing quite well.
Microsoft continues to improve Outlook on mobile platforms. iOS users get new features while Android users finally get the improved iOS layout.
The Nextbit team has been working hard to deliver its Kickstarter project smartphone and it looks like the phone will ship just two weeks after the original goal.
T-Mobile had an amazing 2015 that included moving into third place behind AT&T and Verizon. It continues to shake up the US wireless industry and its CEO isn't slowing down.
Samsung recently released three new devices and because of how they work together, all three are becoming an essential bundle for my daily usage.
If you work and play in the field then it helps to have a rugged protective case, but they are often big and bulky. The Wetsuit Impact provides solid protection with little added to the size of your iPhone.
Samsung Pay is the most accepted wireless payment system in the US and the addition of gift card support makes it an even more useful service.
Become the holiday cheermeister at your office or family event with the new Google Photos Shared Album functionality.
I was initially disappointed in the uninspiring hardware, but it's the software issues that really concern me. Windows Phone used to be rock solid stable, but Windows 10 Mobile feels rushed to market.
For efficient and reliable communications, nothing beats a BlackBerry 10 OS device. Android and iOS Facebook contact syncing has issues.
BlackBerry released its first Android smartphone, but if you want a true BlackBerry experience then buy a device that runs the BlackBerry 10 OS.
Most modern smartphones only have integrated storage and with more people using their phones as their primary camera this storage will get full much more quickly.
Pandora was one of the first streaming music services available, launching in 2000. Today, it announced it will be purchasing the technology assets of Rdio after Rdio files for bankruptcy.
Battery life is a challenge that remains to be solved so the portable battery pack market is alive and well. The Recharge 3000 is a very slim and attractive battery pack that travels well.
Smartphones serve as the music hub for millions of people and if you commute, work, and play with music then you may be pleased that you have another choice on Android.
LG's new V10 smartphone is a compelling device that remains one of the last remaining modern smartphones with a removable battery and microSD card. There's more for the road warrior too.
Even though Apple Maps keeps getting better all the time, it's tough to give up on Google Maps. Google just rolled out an update that will help daily commuters too.
Placing your fingers in the center of the Nexus 6P (or any phone) and applying heavy pressure to the ends is a non-scientific test that doesn't model any type of real world situation.