Interesting design elements ensure this isn't your ordinary hotspot.
The makers of the wacky e-ink Yota Phone turn their attention to the humble hot spot.
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We get our hands on a prototype of a new 4G LTE hot spot that looks a little different than the usual fare.
In a show of goodwill, the Russian president gives China President Xi Jinping a Russia-made YotaPhone 2.
Amazon has unveiled a 3D smartphone, Google has Project Tango, and Microsoft is reportedly working on its own hands-free controls. 3D is poised to go big.
Fingerprint scanners and amazing feats of iris-tracking aside, it's the finer details that Samsung still needs to nail.
Yota's new smartphone packs a standard LCD and an e-ink screen that's easier on the eyes.
The first iteration of the dual-screen smartphone -- LCD on side, e-ink screen on the other -- is only now just arriving in its debut market, Russia.
The quirky YotaPhone boasts an e-ink screen as well as the regular screen. Here's everything you need to know about the new phone.
Is the world ready for YotaPhone's union of Android and electronic paper? And do we even need it? CNET asks away.