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Samsung's new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge phones versus Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
Your next cellphone contract could be with Google, after the search giant confirmed plans to become a mobile operator.
Chinese electronics giant Huawei has unveiled a stainless steel smartwatch, just weeks before Apple is expected to unveil its Watch.
In world flooded by smartphones, the more basic "feature" phone has been sidelined, but one company is still betting on the devices.
The smartphone battle is fiercer than ever and device-makers. Here are the products HTC, Huawei and ZTE are betting on this year.
French telecom Orange has launched a 3G smartphone with data and minutes for a one-off fee of $40.
Samsung has unveiled a curved screen smartphone and mobile payment system in an attempt to lead its fightback against U.S. rival Apple.
Microsoft has released two budget smartphones, but a flagship phone for the software giant remains elusive.
Companies like Sony and Motorola have rolled out high-powered smartphones at low costs, creating competition for giants like Apple.
Apple faces more patent infringement lawsuits, this time by Ericsson, which seeks damages and to block iPhone and iPad sales.
A guide that will help you if you're looking to use your smartphone while traveling out of your service area. Re/code reports.
Google will be announcing a new payments interface, to be called Android Pay, at Google's I/O conference in May.
Now that the FAA has published its proposed rules on drones, expect to soon see unmanned miniature planes flying over public spaces.
A $75,000 diamond Apple Watch is now a thing.
Fans of the second-generation smartwatch couldn't hand over their cash fast enough.
Apple Pay could see more of a challenge from Google Wallet as a result of this deal with wireless carriers.
Apple's cashless transactions service now accounts for two-thirds of all mobile payments in the U.S., analyst Will Power tells CNBC.
Wearable tech has seen a surge in interest, with many tech giants preparing to unveil new products. But before the Apple wearable comes the... banana.
Uber launched a food-delivery service, UberEATS, in Barcelona on Wednesday.
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Brian White of Cantor Fitzgerald says that he wouldn't be surprised if Apple saw more watch additions sold in China than anywhere else.
Users almost universally hailed Apple's flagship wearable as a transformative moment in mobile tech. But do you need to run out and buy one? Maybe not.