Critics often say that BlackBerry is a relic trying to make sense of an age it never saw coming, but is the BlackBerry Q10 proof that the company has found a way to seamlessly blend the old ways with the new? Here's our BlackBerry Q10 review.
Smartphones routinely have 5-inch screens and larger bodies, and the LG Optimus G Pro is a grand device that makes quite an impression. Is this yet another trailing device, or has LG managed to make this new phone for AT&T standout for more than its size?
A Facebook phone has supposedly been in development for years, but the whispers were always deemed false until Facebook announced Home earlier this month. The HTC First is the first smartphone to use Home, so but is there more to this Android phone?
What happens when the Samsung Galaxy S 4 arrives and takes away all the attention from the Samsung Galaxy Note II, a phone that seemed to possess the best that Samsung had to offer? Is that still true, or is it time to upgrade something fresher?
Android's reigning king has a new quad-core processor and tons of software upgrades. Just how good is the Samsung Galaxy S 4?
The LG Lucid 2 offers 4G LTE, Android 4.1, and more in a modest package that may surprise buyers.
Smartphone buyers looking for life outside the confines of Android and iOS have two viable places to turn - the BlackBerry Z10 and the Nokia Lumia 920. Here's a comparison of the two promising smartphones.
The Sony Xperia Z arrives at a time when Sony is bullish on its chances to become a much larger player in the smartphone industry. Might the Sony Xperia Z be the device that finally takes Sony's smartphone efforts to the next level?
The Sprint Kyocera Torque is not a phone made for those who need a cell phone insurance plan. It's an Android tank.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 has a processor upgrade and plenty of software enhancements. Here's an early look at the Galaxy S 4.