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While T-Mobile will drop data limits on mobile users, it will then add new fees for tethering and higher resolution video playback.
In an exclusive interview with eWEEK, Honor's president, George Zhao, maps out his strategy to sell its phones to U.S. millennials.
Available for preorder, the Honor 8 features dual rear cameras, 32GB or 64GB of on-board storage, and prices from $400 to $450.
Motorola, LG and HTC send out Android OS updates more quickly than their smartphone competitors, some of whom wait as long as five months, according to an Apteligent report.
The sensor can monitor athletes to prevent serious injuries. The inspiration for the sensor came from the inventor's concussions while wrestling in school events.
Families with up to five lines or businesses with up to 10 lines can now get discounts of up to $150 a month for multiline GoPhone accounts.
The DuraForce Pro is a ruggedized 4G LTE phone that now includes a wide view HD action camera for detailed photos in demanding conditions.
The focus of the investigation appears to once again be on Google's Android bundling practices.
Following a complaint by rival search engine company Yandex, Russia's Federal Antimonopoly Service rules that Google violated Russia's fair competition laws.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Four flaws reported by Check Point aren't the most serious Qualcomm Android flaws reported this year; users still haven't updated for Google patches for flaws and likely never will.
The free Hulu content, which is limited in scope to only some videos, is moving away so the company can focus on its paying subscribers.
The S7 Edge is the world's most popular Android phone today, with two other Samsung phones ranking two and three, based on new figures for the first half of 2016 from Strategy Analytics.