From the Cheapskate: Originally $700 (!), this 5.5-inch phone features an arched design and scratch-resistant coating.
With its failure to stop the mobile-software dominance of Google and Apple, Mozilla loses relevance and the Web grows a little weaker.
Flashing a smoother look and a display that curves along the edges, the K10 is one of LG's newest handsets at CES 2016.
Be careful when replacing parts. Poorly made cables can fry a laptop, and iPhones will stop working if the Touch ID button is repaired outside of Apple. It's a lesson some are learning the hard way.
The One A9 is a decent smartphone with the latest Android Marshmallow software, but it suffers from a top-end price tag.
Technically Incorrect: An HTC executive, stung by reviews suggesting the Taiwanese handset maker's new phone is too similar to the iPhone, reportedly insists that it's Apple who's the copier.
These days, budget handsets are improving to be more powerful, reliable and capable. CNET rounds up some recent phones that weren't merely impressive, but it also won't cost you an arm and a leg to buy.
The image features only a view of the backplate, but it's white and comes with the familiar "Nexus" branding. Questions abound, however, over whether the image is real.
New Android smartphone sports a clamshell design and physical alphanumeric keyboard.
A security research company claims to have found a vulnerability baked into Google's Android operating system that could leave devices open to attack. CNET's Lexy Savvides reports on how Google has addressed the issue and how users can minimize the risk.