Regardless of how good battery life might be for a phone, it's probably not good enough for people who use their phone often. Apple iPhone 5 or 5s users who need more power might want to get a Jackery Leaf case.
There's always been an excuse to not use Windows Phone. With Windows Phone 8.1, which tries to plug in many of the weakspots of the operating system, the list of reasons not to use it is getting smaller.
It's not Siri, it's Cortana. Microsoft's intention to build an assistant with personality aims to be something more special than Siri, and the beta version of the feature shows that's it's already more than halfway there.
I can understand why HTC would want to build the One M8 Dot View case; it's tougher for me to understand why anyone would want to buy it if they knew how the case performs on a daily basis.
The HTC One is a thing of beauty. The tech media fawned over itself when discussing the 2013 model for its aluminum body, large display, and above average design. Now the One M8 arrives to be even better.
For a brief moment, people were shocked and excited to learn that LG might be in the process of creating a stylus bracelet that would make it possible to wear your favored screen tool around your wrist It turns out such a stylus bracelet already exists.
Improvement is the most that you can ask for from a smartphone vendor, and the Blu Life One X is one phone that definitely improves upon the smartphones we've seen the vendor released in the past. How much better is the Life One X?
There may come a time when the average smartphone camera just isn't good enough. For those moments, would you rather have a Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, Nokia Lumia 1020, or a Sony QX10. Here's a comparison of all three devices.
Samsung has yet another music streaming service to deliver the latest hits to smartphones. In addition to its internal music app that ships with every phone and its former Music Hub powered by 7digital, Android's leading manufacturer today unveiled Milk Music, a Slacker-powered streaming music app that is exclusive to Galaxy devices in the United States.
Windows Phone fandom hasn't been very kind to Verizon in the past. Nokia and Verizon must have realized a change was necessary because the companies opted not to name its latest Windows Phone, the Lumia Icon, with the same naming conventions.It's a fitting switch, because this isn't a by the numbers smartphone.