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Pixel 4 XL specs confirmed: Snapdragon 855, 6GB RAM, 3700mAH battery
Best Buy Canada outs Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL specs that match up with previous reports.
NUU Mobile, Mint Mobile Offer Back to School Deal on G3 Flagship Smartphone and Unlimited Talk, Text Wireless Service
Pokemon GO generated an insane $950 million in 2016
Pokemon GO smashed records in 2016, raking in a staggering $950 million in 2016 alone.
Microsoft patents foldable smartphone
Move over, LG and Samsung: Microsoft wants in on the foldable display action, and has filed a patent for a very unique phone design.
Huawei reveals high-end Kirin 960 SoC
Huawei shows off its new high-end Kirin 960 chip that will power its new line of flagship handsets.
Google's new Pixel XL phone costs up to $869
Google's new Pixel XL flagship carries a hefty price tag.
Samsung's 14nm Exynos mobile SoC boosts CPU power by 70%
Samsung's new 14nm Exynos SoC aims to provide major benefits for affordable budget mobile devices.
Android 7.0 Nougat to roll out on Nexus 6P, 5X on Monday
The latest version of Android is set to roll out on Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X handsets early next week.
ASUS's new ZenFone 3 flagship rocks 6GB RAM, Snapdragon 820, USB C
ASUS reveals a trio of new ZenFone 3 handsets, including its new ZenFone 3 Deluxe flagship model.
iPhone 7 could have a 3.5mm headphone jack after all
Apple's iPhone 7 may have a 3.5mm headphone jack after all.
Google's Project Fi phone service no longer invite-only
Google opens the doors to its affordable Project Fi phone service.
Be wary of cheap USB Type-C cables, they can fry your hardware
A Google engineer warns consumers not to buy cheap USB Type-C cords as they can permanently damage your hardware.
HTC's new flagship phone to have 2560 x 1440p AMOLED display, 4GB RAM
The specs for HTC's new M10 flagship have been spotted in a prototype, and they're pretty beefy.
BlackBerry to release two new Android smartphones in 2016
Now that the Priv is a success, BlackBerry plans to continue onward with a second and possibly third handset for 2016.
Mozilla officially calls it quits on Firefox smartphones
Mozilla fails to get a foothold in the smartphone market, falling prey to heavy-hitters like Apple, Google and Samsung.
Report: Pepsi making its own Android smartphone
It looks like Pepsi, the very same maker of fizzy soft drinks, is about to throw its hat into the ring of branded Android smartphones.
BlackBerry CEO apparently isn't ready to give up on smartphones
So, BlackBerry isn't ready to throw in the towel on smartphones after all!
Intel betting big on low-cost smartphones with cheaper chips
Intel making bigger push into smartphones, aiming to cater to low-cost mobile devices.
US wireless carrier battle presents great opportunity for subscribers
All four major US wireless carriers are fighting for subscribers, but the spot for the No. 3 spot between T-Mobile and Sprint is especially fierce.
Report: Americans spend more time using mobile than watching TV
Americans love their smartphones, racking up more time on mobile devices than viewing TV each day.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen to focus on fewer phones, more profitability
BlackBerry CEO John Chen's company will release a smaller number of devices, and try to continue fight for profitability.
98% of drivers who text and drive aware of dangers, but do it anyway
We all know texting and driving is dangerous, but many drivers tend to do it anyway.
T-Mobile and Sprint battling for subscribers with low-price plans
T-Mobile and Sprint are in a fierce competition to offer subscribers low-cost subscription plans.
Google still learning about mobile ads, as clicks increase, not money
Google mobile advertising generating more clicks, but not generating same amount as desktop ads.
FBI director not happy with Apple, Google encryption on smartphones
FBI director James Comey isn't happy with Google and Apple for using encryption to keep user devices better secure.
Next-gen lithium-ion battery charges 20x faster, lasts 20x longer
Improved lithium-ion battery technology is coming, charging up your battery to 70% in two minutes, or an entire electric car in 15 minutes.
Sexting is commonplace for teenagers, further frightening parents
Sexting activity by teenagers isn't necessarily an indicator of risky behavior - and is just becoming more common place, according to researchers.
European airlines allow passengers to make in-flight phone calls
The EASA will ease in-flight phone call rules moving forward.
Report: Microsoft rebranding mobile, no more Lumia, Windows Phone
Microsoft not interested in promoting Nokia or Windows Phones anymore - as the company's marketing strategies aim to promote Windows.
Too many governments 'rubber stamping' mass surveillance, UN says
There are far too many governments "rubber-stamping" mass surveillance programs with very little oversight or consideration, according to UN watchdog group.
Mobile technology use in the air has not increased since federal laws
Even with government regulations easing, there hasn't been an increased use of mobile technology while passengers fly on airplanes.
iPhone still tops the U.S. smartphone market, according to comScore
The Apple iPhone is the No. 1 smartphone in the United States, capturing 41 percent of the increasingly competitive market, comScore says.
Chinese shops finding success selling phones to North Koreans
North Korean shoppers are heading to shops inside of China and finding a wider selection of mobile phones available for purchase.
Movie theaters might begin encouraging second screen on mobile phones
Second screen technology could be welcomed in the movie theater, as Hollywood tries to embrace smartphone usage.
Parents let kids use their smartphones, despite security risks
A recent survey released by Avast indicates children 11 to 15 years old were the most mischievous when using their parents devices.
BlackBerry considering a move to leave handset market, CEO says
BlackBerry CEO John Chen looks ahead to try and transition the company away from handsets over the next two years, according to reports.
BlackBerry to sell most of its real estate holdings in Canada
BlackBerry is selling away most of its properties to continue its operations as the company failed to entice its customers with its latest mobile devices.
White House might be next to turn its back on BlackBerry smartphones
The White House, long-time supporter of the BlackBerry, is exploring other smartphone options.
Google are seeing 900,000 Android activations per day
Andy Rubin from Google says they're seeing 900,000 activations per day.
Sprint killing off WiMax in favor of LTE
Sprint is officially killing of the WiMax network in favor of LTE.
Intel freezing up MeeGo due to lack of interest?
Figures if it can't beat 'em, join 'em - shifting focus to Android and Windows Phone.
Windows Phone 7 Spotted Gaming in a Vegas Club
In the most boring club in Vegas.