With tons of phones announced at CES and Mobile World Congress this year, we take a look at the most anticipated handsets coming out in the next few months.
The ZTE Render would be a great starter Windows Phone, but only if it came out a year ago.
Ouya's shift from game-console hardware freed it up to target a wider range of TV-connected devices. But it may have jumped from the frying pan into the Fire TV.
Facebook's CEO is a big fan of Google's tech specs, hinting his company could launch a host of social networking apps for them.
The creator of iTrace believes that his app brings a new lease of life to the concept of teaching handwriting. But does anyone actually write by hand anymore?
Where's My Water 2 is a fun sequel that is sadly overshadowed by a brutal freemium model that makes it impossible for me to recommend it to anyone.
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The new flagship Galaxy S5 will capture the spotlight, but cheaper smartphones for emerging regions could really make a difference for Samsung this year.
Update Facebook, get maps, search the Web, and more with this impressive voice-powered app. It's free, and sending e-mails and texts is now free as well.
At $280, the Vortex is a good deal for a rugged phone, but those looking for a high-end Android phone should look elsewhere.
We're not at "Minority Report" quite yet, but the latest Leap Motion upgrade and its new Freeform software have brought us one step closer to the dream of next-gen computing.