Google brings RCS capabilities to its Messages app for US users. The feature should be widely available by the end of 2019.
Motorola offers up a new take on its best-selling Razr phone from a bygone era. The folding smartphone comes to Verizon in January 2020.
Master & Dynamic celebrate the fifth anniversary of its MH40 headphones by introducing a wireless version of the iconic on-ear cans.
The Tech Rolltop Backpack has padded laptop and tablet compartments, two water bottle holders, an and expandable main compartment. Here's our review.
The new Alcatel 3V heads to Metro with a massive 6.7-inch display and a battery that's good for two days per charge. Here's what you need to know.
ZTE brings two models to Verizon-based carrier Visible as well as an unlocked version. Here's the low-down the Blade 7 Prime and Blade 10 Prime.
Alcatel's 8-inch Joy Tab is an Android tablet built with children in mind. It's available through T-Mobile and its prepaid brand, Metro.
T-Mobile's post-Sprint plans include free talk, text, and data for first responders as well as home internet to low-income households. And that's not all.
T-Mobile's 5G nationwide network is expected to launch on December 6 and will offer coverage to more than 200 million Americans.
Fossil debuts the HR Collider and HR Charter, two hybrid watch designs with physical hands and always-on, low-power displays.
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HMD continues to attack the mid-range market with solid phones. The company gives US buyers another option in the $250 Nokia 6.2
US consumers can earn credits on apps, games, movies, books, and other purchases. Use the Play Points on other content or convert to Play Store Credits.
Google has agreed to acquire Fitbit as part of a deal worth $2.1 billion. Could we finally see an official wearable from Google? Only time will tell.
The Motorola Razr is set to make its comeback in a few weeks. Here's what it should look like and a taste of what hardware should power it.
Is there a particular age that parents should look to when considering giving their child its first phone? What factors determine when the time is right?