More folks have begun switching to prepaid in the United States, finding its a way to get great service at a much cheaper price. Thanks to Tmo, we’ve also seen the growth of no-contract postpaid. So how do contract vs no-contract options compare?
The LG G3 was a bit of a surprise, coming late to a party dominated by devices from Samsung and HTC. But now that it’s here, is it all that you dreamed it would be? Are you impressed with what it offers, or were you hoping for more? What surprised you the most in a good way, and what disappointed you?
We have put the LG G3 and HTC One M8 face to face in a fierce battle for your cash. Which one will win your approval? Click through to find out.
The LG G3 has awed the industry with its 5.5-inch QHD display, but many fear for the effect this will have in battery life. Is there reason to worry?
In the Android world there are a few brands that stand out above the rest, but none of them are perfect. What are each of the major OEMs doing right, and what could they potentially do better at? Join us as we take a look! Be sure to vote in our poll, too.
Why are Chinese manufacturers like Xiaomi and Huawei still mimicking Apple? The Mi Pad is embarrassing. It’s time for something different.
We all hate it when we can’t buy that cool, affordable phone we wanted. Here’s why we should cut underdogs some slack.
The vast majority of revenue in the app stores comes from freemium apps now, it is the winning model, but what are the advantages and disadvantages? Should we be happy about it? Is it good for consumers or developers?
Apple and Samsung lead the smartphone market. In fact, no other manufacturer is making profits. What will be of the smartphone market if this continues?
Without doubt, Motorola redefined what the term “low-end” means with the Moto G. Now Motorola is trying to redefine it yet again with the Moto E. But why?