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We have plenty of names to describe the viewing quality on your smartphone screen, but few of them actually make sense. Here's what matters, and why.
We don't encourage buying a camera by specs alone, but there are a few things to look for that can help keep it out of the return pile.
Microsoft is buying Nokia's phone business for $7.2 billion. For that cash, Microsoft is getting a lot of cell phone history.
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.
UC Berkeley's AMPlab comes up with an innovative, cloud-based app to help those troubled with iOS and Android battery life.
We bet you've never seen a phone booth quite like Carla Pires de Carvalho Fernandes' artwork for Sao Paulo's "Call Parade."
Want to take your Outlook calendar events on the road? You don't need Microsoft Exchange to do it. Take to the cloud, Google's cloud.
This week on CNET Roadside Assistance, we look ahead at a Wi-Fi-enabled rear-view camera that plays nice with your smartphone.
The OS makes up 50.9 percent of the U.S. market, beating Apple's 31.9 percent share, according to a ComScore report. This is up 0.1 percent from earlier this year.
Live in an area prone to tornadoes, flash floods, hurricanes, extreme wind, ice storms, and the like? Your smartphone can't change the extreme weather, but it can alert you to it.