New details emerged today of the super-secure, self-destructing phone that Boeing is developing for spies, the military and perhaps private companies.More
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If you’re considering a new phone, you suddenly have a lot more choices.More
One of the last Nokia phones to be released before Microsoft swallows the Finnish phone company was announced today by Nokia and Verizon.More
Sprint has been widely expected to make a move for T-Mobile US eventually. A report today suggests it will happen in early 2014.More
It took decades to figure out, but we finally know how Dick Tracy and Star Trek’s Captain Kirk were able to place calls with their amazing wristwatch-communicator devices.More
T-Mobile threw a party in New York tonight to celebrate the third phase of its “uncarrier” strategy repositioning the wireless company as a more competitive challenger to its larger rivals.More
I’m almost embarrassed to use the Samsung Galaxy Mega, a monstrous new phone that’s the first of several gigantic handsets arriving this year.More
Here’s a fairly convincing video that allegedly shows the gold and blue housings of the new iPhones coming Sept. 10.More
A smorgasbord of new smartphones is appearing this week as phone makers rush to get ahead of the expected Sept. 10 launch of Apple’s new iPhone.More
Over the past year or so, it’s been tough to get too excited about new phones.
There have been some handsome new shells, steadily improving battery life and gee-whiz interface tricks, but no thrilling leaps into the future.
That changed last week when Nokia and AT&T began selling the Lumia 1020, a Windows-powered smartphone with a jaw-dropping 41-megapixel camera. That’s more megapixels than pretty much every camera on the market — not just phone cameras but point and shoot and DSLR cameras, as well.