It’s Google’s turn to show the world what its latest smartphones and wearables can do that the competition can’t.
The Galaxy A54 5G is Samsung's direct answer to Google's Pixel6A and won't hurt your wallet thanks to its $450 price point.
After holding on for dear life, Blackberry has decided to pull the plug on its devices, well, the older models.
Google wants to ensure its smartphone camera work equally for everyone.
For those who do spend a dedicated amount of time playing games on their smartphones, Xiaomi's newest mobile devices might be right up your alley.
OnePlus' devices are usually best known for their value, but for the 2021 lineup of smartphones, the company lets other companies know its smartphones are no longer just budget models.
If you're lucky enough to get a text message from Bill Gates, it's going to be a green bubble becuase he is team Android all the way.
Day one of CES's first-ever virtual showcase due to COVID-19 is in the books, and TCL and LG helped kicked the event off with some bold smartphone designs.
Apple is usually good at keeping its newest iPhone models close to its chest, but leaks ahead of their big event have reportedly revealed its newest smartphone.
In a world dominated by keyboard-less smartphones like Apple's iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy flagship devices, Blackberry refuses to get sucked in the cellphone abyss never to return.