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SmartPhone Articles for May of 2014Below are the 22 SmartPhone articles for May of 2014
(UPDATED) It's common knowledge that a new iPhone (or two) will arrive by year's end, but a steady stream of rumors are slowly piecing together what Apple may have up[...]
Google's official remote desktop solution has its faults, but it still provides a supremely smooth way to surf your home computer from an Android phone.
The competition has gotten fierce, but the two highest-profile Android phones of 2014 still come from Samsung and HTC. Which flagship should new smartphone shoppers choose? We break it all[...]
With competition in the prepaid wireless arena heating up, Sprint subsidiary Boost Mobile is overhauling its usual prepaid plans.
Huawei hosted a global event in Paris this week to unveil its newest flagship phone, the Ascend P7. We go hands-on.
Microsoft has promised that its own file manager for Windows Phone 8.1 is coming soon, but the recently released FileEx app may have already rendered it unnecessary.
Smartphone Holiday Buyer’s Guide Smartphones are hot this year, and there’s likely someone on your gift list who would want one. Phones make good presents: they are both fun and[...]
4G: Fast and Furious but Still in its Formative Years By Grant Hatchimonji Special Report Editor 4G, which is the next generation of telecommunications technology, and the successor to 3G,[...]
Mobile World Congress 2012: Quad-core Smartphones, Windows 8 and More Drive Tech Beat in Barcelona Mobile World Congress, which again takes place in Barcelona, is the mobile and wireless industry’s[...]
A smashed screen is every smartphone user's nightmare, but with some careful handiwork and the right know-how, you can give life back to your device. One former victim describes how[...]
Motorola continues its quest to make the feature phone obsolete with the Moto E, its latest entry-level Android handset.
Apps lacking security features such as encryption, VPN, and authentication may pose a threat to businesses with employees accessing sensitive data over these apps.
For newbies, it's easy to assume that the difference between owning an iOS device and an Android device is like night and day. In reality, it's not.
HTC has formally unveiled the HTC One Mini 2, a 4.5-inch version of its One (M8) flagship that's easier to use with one hand but also removes a number of[...]
The Chargekey from Nomad is designed to fit on a keychain, giving users a Lightning cable charger wherever they go. It's a great companion for travelers and is convenient when[...]
Google Drive's word processing functionality has been spun out into a new app called Google Docs. We take it for a spin and see if anything's changed.
Samsung's second stab at the wearables market consists of three devices: two new smartwatches, and a fitness band hybrid. They're all improvements over last year's Galaxy Gear, but does that[...]
Agile Tasks is a simple, attractive and intuitive to-do list app that'll work wonders for any forgetful or productivity-minded Android users.
There is a new best smartphone... at least on paper. As of its reveal, the new LG G3 has the most pixel-dense display of any mainstream device, and it has[...]
For a purportedly simple device, the G3 is aiming to do quite a bit. With a super high-res display, top shelf specs, and a sleek design, the LG G3 is[...]
Sticky Notes HD is a simple yet elegant productivity app for Windows Phone; previously available only to iOS users.
Google and Symantec have acquired Divide and Nitrodesk, respectively, which means the companies must have plans in store for their enterprise app offerings.