How’s this for gall? Take away hundreds of dollars in subsidies that cellphone customers have enjoyed for years. Then pass it off as an improvement. The major U.S. wireless companies are doing just that. And many of their customers seem to like it.
How the company would contend with a post-app era isn’t so obvious, though.
3D sensing tech promises not to be a battery hog, which is huge.
There’s no reason to type out commonly-used phrases over and over again.
Makes real-time, 3D maps of its environment
If electronic mail had been invented in 2014, it would probably look a lot like this.
Samsung has the potential to make the best all-around smartphone on the market, but its priorities still aren’t in the right place.
Butterfingers. Fumblitis. The Dropsies. Do you suffer from any of these afflictions? If so, HTC thinks you might be interested in its latest smartphone offer.
This is what happens when the regular phones become gigantic.
A veteran tech entrepreneur says that he’s about to deliver uncompromised bandwidth to every phone.
Unlocking the phone may require some careful swiping.
Just give it a little tappy. Tap, tap, tap-a-roo.