Turns out a champion mixed martial arts fighter armed with only his bare feet and hands can do more damage to a gadget than just about anything else. Man beats machine!
The durability of Apple's latest smartphones and Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 is put to the test.
Can a stack of iPhones protect a Samsung Galaxy S6 from a blast fired from a Russian assault rifle? You'll just have to watch and see.
The third-party warranty service says it now covers iPhones that have been jailbroken, something that voids typical warranties.
Technically Incorrect: Miffed at a video showing its Galaxy S6 Edge bends under the same pressure as iPhone 6 Plus, Samsung posts its own experiments and demands a re-test.
Technically Incorrect: Stress tests on the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge show that it not only bends, but the glass shatters too. Does it matter?
The service, which sells warranties for consumer electronics and appliances, plans to use proceeds to fund company growth.
It's only $10 per month -- but is it worth it?
An iPhone 6 that appears to be a little different from a regular production model finds its way onto eBay, where bidding is exploding.
We've seen what happens to the latest iPhones from 4 feet up, but what if you multiply the distance of that drop by, say, a thousand?