Phones are breeding grounds for germs. Learn how to clean up your device - on the outside.
It's hard to argue that devices with retina display and other high pixel density or high-resolution screens don't provide incredibly sharp images. In fact,
It's that time of year! People from all across the country huddle around their TVs to watch March Madness and all the excitement that entails. But...
Buying a used smartphone is a great way to avoid committing to a two year contract and paying the obscene prices. Here are a few things to look for:
Thinking about trading in your smartphone for some cash or a new model? Not sure where to begin? Here are three essential steps to get you started.
iOS 8 was just released, but Apple forums are saturated with new issues that dampen excitement around the highly anticipated OS, including battery life.
GB, RAM, ROM, OS . . . Complicated smartphone terminology fills ads for new devices and everyday conversation. Let's put those into layman's terms.
Now that unlocking your smartphone is legal, there's no reason why you shouldn't unlock yours. Here are three big reasons why.
Contrary to popular belief, pre-owned phones are often just as usable and convenient as new phones, but without the price tag.
It's the ultimate smartphone size comparison! When looking for a new device, consider size in addition to carrier, cost, features, and compatibility.
When changing mobile devices—even between Apple and Android—the easiest way to transfer your information is by storing data in the cloud.
Smartphones, like most technologies, can become bogged down by data, applications, and other factors. Here are a few tips to improve smartphone performance
As the summer temps and humidity rise in New England, it's time to take a look into what the heat really does to your devices, and how it can be prevented.