The world of smartphones is about to get a whole lot
MasterCard’s new security feature uses your smartphone’s location to verify purchases made abroad or at home.
Android smartphones are a dime a dozen. Here are the best of the new smartphones announced at Mobile World Congress 2014 so far.
Google is developing a smartphone that maps your world as you move about in it.
New documents from Edward Snowden show that the NSA and its British counterpart, use 'leaky' apps like Angry Birds to access phone user information.
This new smartphone wants to keep your private conversations private, even from the government.
This 6.1-inch phablet has a battery so large that it can actually charge another iPhone.
If you've been hoping for a phone that just might punch you in the mouth every time you answer a phone call, look no further.
Why do we need two smartphone wireless charging systems? Qi and Powermat both admit there's nothing technically that keeps them from merging. So what's the hold up?
Those crazy Russians are finally ready to sell you a smartphone with an LCD on one half and an E ink screen on the rear.