News and Articles About Smartphones
High-end mobile phone company Vertu's new smartphone comes with a 24-hour global concierge service.
Concerns about privacy abound when it comes to providing info to virtual assistant apps such as Google Now, Mynd and Cortana.
What you need to do to properly switch to a new device that might be bigger and better than what the iPhone offers.
Thinking about switching your iPhone for a non-iPhone brand? Read this guide first.
Thanks to the Internet of Things, shopping at brick-and-mortar stores just got a lot more personal. Here's how.
As more aspects of our lives become connected to the Internet, the tech giant Google says that the definition of what is considered a 'mobile' ad is going to evolve.
Though not yet nationally available, text-to-911 could change how we ask for help.
Sorry, dudes. Your smartphone, tablet and laptop are hurting your manhood. You can help protect yourself with these high-tech undies.
A collection of the most amazing images from around the web that look too good to be taken with a mobile device.
Smartphone theft is on the rise, so hold on to your precious devices.
An update to Google Now will notify users on their smartphones when they are in close proximity to a store carrying an item theyve previously searched for.
What Apple fans need to consider when choosing which model iPhone is right for them.
Instead of turning a blind eye to the growing backlash against identity-based social media, Facebook wants in.
Startups can now begin life with products that are better and cheaper than those of incumbents. Learn what you can do to set this in motion.
Productivity tools for outside the office.
Snapsheet's mobile technology is sparking much-needed changes in the outdated insurance industry.
Tech enthusiast Veronica Belmont says this feature is too important not to consider when picking the smartphone that's right for you.
The security feature on Samsungs new Galaxy S5 was tricked. Here's how.
You might not have heard of this company before. But that might soon change. Its using guerilla-style marketing to aggressively get the word out about its forthcoming Android-based smartphone.
The mobile-payments company founded by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has reportedly been talking to suitors about selling itself.
More Americans report they would rather forgo sex than a mobile phone, and almost 70 percent of Americans say they check their mobile phone even when it hasn't made any indication of a message arriving.
Customers expect better communication from brands than ever. Most businesses, though, are not keeping up.
Major manufacturers and wireless carriers have agreed to offer a free opt-in 'kill switch' for smartphones made after July 2015.
In this Google Hangout, we'll chat about the future of wearables, business tech and more.
Fewer characters? Sure. More convenient? Probably not.
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