Get in-depth information about the battery in your Android smartphone.
Apple has “begun early work” but hasn’t yet decided on its foldable production plans, the newswire said.
A ruggedized Android smartphone featuring the world's first built-in IR night vision capability.
Upping your smartphone game to have proper work/personal differentiation is possible, but it's far from perfect, especially with Signal.
The Google Pixel 4A 5G ups the ante for mid-range 5G smartphone devices made by Motorola, OnePlus, Samsung, and LG. Here's a look at your options.
You can recycle, you can donate, you can try and get cash back, but first, you've got to decide what to give up.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra gained S Pen support, but soon you'll have more options than Samsung's own stylus.
Here are some thoughts on the future of Samsung's Galaxy Note and where it needs to go in the future. Think foldable Galaxy Note.
The show is now done and dusted.
The new wireless earbuds have long battery life and an impressive new feature.
Samsung is clearly sticking to the premium flagship market with the Galaxy S21 Ultra yet acknowledging the success of the Galaxy S20 FE, which was a mid-market phone with key features from the premium lineup.
Samsung just announced the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra. We have all the details.
Switching to Signal because you're worried about privacy? Here are a few settings you should tweak to add even more security to your messaging.
If Samsung's Galaxy S21 Ultra features the S Pen, what does that mean for the Galaxy Note?
Virtual private networks aren't essential only for securing your unencrypted Wi-Fi connections in coffee shops and airports. Every remote worker should consider a VPN to stay safe online. Here are your top choices in VPN service providers and how to get set up.
The world's first for a ruggedized smartphone with built-in night vision.
Browse all the products and highlights from Samsung's January 2021 Unpacked event.
While the Pixel 4a 5G is an affordable phone, it is still worth protecting from accidental drops. Incipio has its Grip case available in two colors for this black Pixel phone.
There are Gear4 cases and InvisibleShield screen protectors available for the new Google Pixel 4a 5G smartphone. These products offer protection for one of Google's best values.
The S58 Pro is a solid, well-made Android smartphone that delivers performance and features that are well beyond its budget price tag.
BodyGuardz incorporates its Unequal technology to help protect your phone from drops. The cases do not add much weight or thickness, but provide a nice option for protection for less than $50.
Video content is enjoyable on a smartphone, but it helps to have a kickstand case to prop it up. ESG makes some of the best kickstand cases, but also has other case options for the new Apple iPhone 12.
CASETiFY makes cases that offer serious protection, look great, and provide easy personalization. The new iPhone 12 cases protect your new iPhone from drops while also eliminating 99% of the bacteria that might land on your phone.
The Apple iPhone 12 is now available and with it comes a host of case options. Speck has several available options and one of its newest models is the Presidio2 Armor Cloud.
The N20 Pro is the product of yesterday's high-end components becoming today's budget. There's nothing particularly cutting-edge about the N20 Pro, but it doesn't need to be. For most people, this is all the smartphone they need.
World's first Android 10 powered smartphone to feature a thermal camera
A rugged Android 10 handset equipped with a MTK Helio P70 octa-core CPU, 6GB RAM, 128GB ROM, and a massive 10000mAh battery.
Great power bank/charger for those who want a package that's small and light enough to take with them when they go out and about.
But most of the rugged smartphones out there are built like tanks. I happen to like smartphones built like tanks, but even I have to admit that finding room for a huge slab of glass and plastic in a pocket can become tedious. Blackview's new BV6300 Pro is different.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra starts at $1,300 and for just $30 you can wrap your investment in an Incipio case to protect it from accidental drops or bumps. Two color options are available with these Designed for Samsung certified cases.
Google Glass, the Peek twitter machine, Palm’s Pre smartphone -- all those shiny new objects that were so cool when they first emerged may now be gathering dust in your sock drawer. Tiernan Ray gives Karen Roby some practical tips on what to do with old smartphones and such when the nostalgia fades. Read more: http://zd.net/2LCwi5V
Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani discuss Samsung’s latest trio of smartphones and what they mean for the company in this week's Jason Squared. Read more: http://zd.net/3bAViW1
Taher Behbehani, head of Samsung Mobile B2B, outlines the Galaxy S21 launch, how the S Pen works with Galaxy S21 Ultra, collaboration, and enterprise use cases. Read more: https://zd.net/3nHMa4j
Not sure which new iPhone to buy? We walk you through the main differences between the iPhone 12, Pro, Pro Max and Mini. Read more: https://zd.net/2JAdcfS
Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani discuss their favorite gadgets released in a year that we all would rather forget. Read more: https://zd.net/35Ortwq
Matthew's commuter life paused six months ago as remote work became the new normal. He separates his engineering work from his freelance writing with several screens and various mobile devices surrounded by his Star Wars collection. Read more: https://zd.net/3jAp9yc
Adrian Kinglsey-Hughes tells Karen Roby how Apple used the iPhone 12 event to take a poke at Amazon, validate 5G, and reuse the term MagSafe to pave the way to allow it to sell expensive accessories. Read more: https://zd.net/316V0jE
Matthew Miller says the hardware is refined -- with new hinge technology, massive cover and main displays, and a triple rear camera that doesn't disappoint. Productivity is clearly improved with this new phone in the hands of mobile workers. Read more: https://zd.net/3lSHVTO
The company believes Android phones can act as mini seismometers.
Can the lack of modern specs and a novel approach from Microsoft - with its questionable history of mobile devices -- possibly make sense? Jason Cipriani and Jason Perlow discuss.