Spotify’s once paid-for mobile service might not need those credit cards any longer, provided you have no problems with an ad or two, as Spotify makes its “all you can eat” music service available to all for free.
Free wireless networks are everywhere these days, and many stores have actually gone out of their way to offer free WiFi so shoppers can stay online while they search for the perfect item, but all may not be good with these freebies.
Is Instagram not playful enough for you? We totally get it, and apparently so does someone else, crafting an app that makes it possible to make retro images with more tweak-ability than ever before on Android.
Another change to the USB format is coming, and the good news isn’t just that it will move data faster, but that it will also be next to impossible to plug in the wrong way.
Phones have had cameras for a long time, but these have been phones with cameras inside of them. If you’re looking for a camera first with a phone inside, Samsung has the answer with the Galaxy S4 Zoom, a camera with 10x optical zoom and a 4G phone inside.
If the look and feel of the aluminium HTC One grabbed you earlier in the year, but you like your phones big — and we mean really big — HTC now has an option in the 5.9 inch One Max. We know it’s bigger, but is it as good as the One?
There are loads of games available for the iPhone and iPod Touch, many of them great, though they all require you control them using the touchscreen. Wouldn’t it be great if someone found a way to make these devices more like a PlayStation Portable?
If the idea of a Windows Phone has your attention, but you just can’t live without a big screened phablet, there’s good news, as Nokia’s first tablet-sized phone will hit next month.
Ever since Microsoft released Windows Phone into the world, the lack of apps available on other platforms has been a problem. Good news, though, as one of the most requested apps is finally on WP8.
We knew that the high-speed 4G LTE connectivity would be coming to more than just the mid-range and high-end handsets, and it looks like late 2013 is the time for that to happen, with LG announcing a sub-$300 4G model.