Tired of your wireless service? Luckily, you can switch to AT&T and get $300 in credits when you trade in your smartphone and buy a new one on AT&T Next.
If you’re in the market for a new mobile phone or looking to switch carriers, now is a great time to jump on this AT&T deal for a free Samsung Galaxy S5.
Mobile devices are great for surfing the web, but not everyone always wants to leave them connected. Is your mobile device always connected to the Internet?
The amount of people with a tablet is about one-tenth of the world population; it’s slowly becoming a business-worthy item. Here’s why this device won’t die.
Like computers, mobile devices also need to be backed up on a regular basis. Where do you store or backup your mobile data?
There’s no doubt that antivirus programs are necessary for desktop comuters, but what about mobile devices? Are antivirus programs for mobile devices really necessary?
Firefox OS is a mobile OS created to rival the likes of Android and iOS, but does it stack up to Android and iOS? Let’s check it out.
The newly announced Android Pay by Google doesn’t require you to enter your PIN for your cards. Is this actually safe? Are PIN-less payments the way to go? Let’s check it out.
In this article, we go over some of the best game titles found on mobile devices (iOS and Android) that were originally developed for the PC or console.
This article is targeted at smartphone malware and explains what it is, how it’s transmitted, how it works, how to remove it and how to protect yourself.
While you can make free call over the Internet, why is it that we are still paying to make long distance calls on a traditional phone? Let’s find out why.
Location tracking can be an integral part of the smartphone experience, but not everyone is enthused about it. Do you use location tracking?
Most smartphones nowaday come with a kill-switch. Are kill switches really a good idea for the purposes they serve? Let’s look into the details.
Ride-sharing apps like Uber are really taking off, yet they have their disadvantages. How do you feel about these ride-sharing apps?
We use our smartphones to do a myriad of things from photos to tracking our health activities to online shopping. Check out these 10 mobile tech trends.
Is 5G Internet a pipe dream, or can we actually achieve a universal super-fast mobile internet?
The car and ride sharing movements have rapidly evolved over the past several years. Here are some of the apps currently available for both Android and iOS.
Choosing a mobile phone, we also get to choose a mobile OS, but you don’t get a choice of both. Would you switch OS in order to get a different mobile phone?