Boost Mobile scores with its first messaging phone. The Motorola Clutch offers good performance and an easy-to-use design.
The pair of Motorola smartphones will see a Jelly Bean update starting the first week of December.
When you add it all up, $100 isn't much to pay for a phone that's really a small personal computer. Here are CNET's top picks.
Motorola seems to be the company best positioned to take on Apple and the iPad. Especially if it gets some help from its partner, Verizon.
If you're willing to live with some minor design compromises, you can't go wrong with LG's ultrafast G2 workhouse.
The company resurrects its popular Razr franchise with the new ultrathin Droid Razr as it attempts to compete toe-to-toe with the Apple iPhone 4S.
We may be drunk on the Iberian sun, but we're sure 2011 is going to be the best year for smart phones yet. Don't believe us? Check out four of the best.
In this week's column I answer another question about the AT&T and T-Mobile deal. I also speculate on why Samsung is slow in sending Android updates and offer device advice to a Boost Mobile customer.
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