Snapchat is much more than just an encrypted messaging service. It's a form of communication that gives us a break from the way we usually communicate.
Want your phone to crumple up into a wad? There's an app for that.
Today in "Did You Seriously Get Funding To Study That?" a group of Swedish researchers performed a study to see if people try hard at Instagram.
Incoming text gets translated into braille through little pins, constantly moving up and down to convey what's happening in the phone.
"My mind is occupied. Please call back later."
Facebook just announced its Android-takeover skin Facebook Home, and its first smartphone hardware.
Facebook is probably going to introduce a Facebook-branded phone tomorrow. But...why? What's the point?
Give your granny several states away the tech support she deserves—from a smartphone.
Super-light, flapping-wing flight in any direction
T-Mobile announced its new "Uncarrier" strategy--no more two-year contracts, pay for the phone up front. It's a step in the right direction, but not enough. Let's ban all smartphone subsidies and contracts.
The totally revamped phone that hopes to save BlackBerry is a damn fine first effort for a new platform. But can a new platform succeed in 2013?
Reporting live from Samsung's Galaxy S 4 event in New York City.
Here's what's in store for the biggest smartphone line in the world.
The White House "agrees" that consumers should be legally allowed to make full use of their phones--but it's still against the law. Where do we go from here?
Plus Hong Kong's tiny apartments, gigantic bird nests, and more