Android Wear is Google's take on a wearable operating system, and it's based heavily on Google Now and Android's standard notifications. Is that enough to launch the wearable trend? Let's find out. » Read Article
Samsung has quietly confirmed the Galaxy S5 mini, which packs less power than the larger Galaxy S5 but carries over many of its trademark features.
The first Android Wear smartwatches have been formally unveiled, and two of them are available for pre-order right now. Here's a quick rundown of the LG G Watch, Samsung Gear Live, and Moto 360.
Tizen is finally coming to smartphones in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Z.
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 make them worth buying? Find out in our review.
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 down.
The Samsung Galaxy K Zoom is a smartphone-camera hybrid aimed at selfie aficionados looking to up their self-portrait game.
Smartphones are not all alike, nor are smartphone users. Subtle differences in the design, UI, and services make some smartphones better suited for certain tasks than others, while the demands on moms, dads, and grads vary significantly.
It may not come as a surprise, but a new report indicates Apple has the highest rate of brand retention among smartphone manufacturers with 76% of iPhone users replacing their smartphones with a newer iPhone model.
Samsung is officially returning to Windows Phone with the Samsung Ativ SE, a higher-end WP8 device that strongly resembles the Galaxy S4.
Samsung's Gear Fit smartwatch is one of the most beautiful pieces of technology we've ever seen. But it isn't perfect, and those flaws may just be enough to keep it from being a success.
Samsung's Galaxy S5 is here. It isn't the most revolutionary phone we've seen, but it's still an outstanding device. Read on and check out the next new Android superstar.
Samsung's new mainstream flagship is here, with a stunning new camera, weatherproof design, and unsurprisingly, a fingerprint scanner. Is it enough to steal the iPhone's crown?
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