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We just got our most reliable look yet at Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S11

The Galaxy S11 could have reduced curved edges and the punch-hole selfie camera may find itself in the top center of the screen.

The wireless industry is on the brink of a huge shift that’s going to change how we use our smartphones — here are 4 improvements 5G will ...

5G is going to bring big changes to the way we use our smartphones, mostly because it can enable stronger connections to the cloud.

Apple is making a big change to the way it tests new features for the iPhone after iOS 13’s messy release

Apple is changing the way it tests iPhone software in preparation of iOS 14's release next year, says a new report from Bloomberg.

I tried Apple’s new AirPods Pro and Sony’s popular ‘AirPods killer’ earbuds, and if you care about sound quality, the winner i...

The new AirPods Pro have the best features for iPhone users, but the Sony WF-1000XM3 earbuds have the best sound quality for everyone.
The Google Pixel 3, left, and Pixel 4.

An Android flaw lets apps secretly access people’s cameras and upload the videos to an external server

A security flaw lets malicious apps access Android cameras and microphones to secretly record people and upload the videos to an external server.
Using Google Trends, you can measure and compare popular search terms for a targeted audience.

I took a class at Google on how to get the best search results, and I learned 5 tricks everyone should know

To get the best search results out of Google, pay attention to the order of the words in your query and try these shortcuts.
Mike Sievert, left, and John Legere, right.

T-Mobile CEO John Legere is stepping down in May 2020

T-Mobile's CEO, known for his eccentric approach during a successful run as CEO, is stepping down in May 2020.

Motorola’s iconic Razr flip phone was one of my favorite cellphones ever— but I wouldn’t buy the new one

Motorola's Razr foldable phone is an exciting throwback, but its high price and somewhat lacking specs can make it a tough sell.
Ben Crudo can only be reached by his "dumb phone" on nights and weekends.

I’m a tech CEO who tried to give up my smartphone for a year. I wasn’t fully successful — but it did make me a better leader.

Ben Crudo is a tech CEO. Last year, he vowed to give up his smartphone. While that hasn't happened completely, he's learned more about balance.

The new Motorola Razr is the most desirable smartphone in years, but there are 4 key reasons why you shouldn’t buy it

People who value fashion and design will gravitate to the new Motorola Razr, but anyone who values function and value should wait a few years.