Phone Archive

No, the iPhone X wasn’t first to market with a notch, but neither was the Essential Phone (poll results)

Yesterday, we asked if you know which notch-y phone was first to make it to the markets worldwide, and, yes, the question included smaller-than-iPhone-X

Essential Phone updated with MQA support for top-notch sound quality

Essential is making everything in its power to prevent consumers who bought the PH-1 from being disappointed because they choose this particular phone, but

Report Shows There May Not Be An Essential Phone 2 Device At All

When the Essential Phone was unveiled almost a year ago, it showed some pretty spectacular specs. Not only that, the man behind the startup

Buy New Phone from Republic Wireless and Get 3 Months of Service for Free

When you’re getting a new phone and wireless service, the expenses can get pretty costly; especially if you pick out a plan that’s not

Microsoft’s AI bot Xiaoice is a celebrity in China and also makes phone calls

Now that it appears as though the Google Duplex demo last week was legitimate (necessary edits were made to protect the businesses involved), it

Google releases Wear OS Phone app featuring Quick Replies option

Google has recently released a brand new Wear OS Phone app aimed at those who own smartwatches that have already been updated to the

Patent application hints that Microsoft’s folding phone could have three screens

Since December, we’ve shown you a few patents related to Microsoft’s Project Andromeda, which is a folding phone that turns into a tablet, and

Project Fi Offers Discounts and Service Credit With Purchase of New Phone

New and existing customers of Google’s Project Fi have something to look forward to as the company announces a few offers. $ 100 Service

Samsung’s foldable phone will feature multiple 3.5-inch OLED screens and will be unveiled at MWC?

With the Samsung Galaxy S10 now rumored to hit the light of day at CES 2019, there is now talk that Samsung’s eagerly awaited

Microsoft Surface Phone: still in the cards?

A year ago Microsoft removed phone-related API’s from Windows 10 builds. This basically solidified that they were shifting focus away from having any software