After Gazelle put a call out for the weirdest broken phone stories, the gems started rolling in. The top reasons for a broken phone include dropping it (30%) and water damage (13%), with "other"...
It's easy to assume that many iPhone users will profess their love for their smartphone when asked. These iPhone relationships are created out of the vigorous daily iPhone usage for everything from phone calls to e-mail and...
Gazelle recently did a study on the geographic location of broken cell phone shipments (mainly iPhones) they have received from their customers, then reported that data based on the top metropolitan areas that had the highest...
Those who know Gazelle understand the big picture: we pay cash for your used or broken devices. But the journey of where your beloved gadget goes has remained a mystery – until now.
The Lenovo VIBE Band VB10 is the first wearable from Lenovo, and it's coming into the arena sporting a simple yet functional design and an E Ink display.
The idea of instantly printed photos may sound like a relic of a bygone era, but now Polaroid is launching the Polaroid Zip for instant smartphone photos.
Mobile trends are changing how people live and how brands conduct business. Here are three mobile trends expected to take place starting in 2015.
Introducing the Garmin Fenix 3, a rugged smartwatch for outdoors enthusiasts that was just revealed at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
While some wearable devices may eventually become ubiquitous, even more so than the smartphone, a good amount may fall short of hype come 2015.
A new transparent Firefox phone is coming out in Japan, and it'll be the first to have LTE and NFC technologies.
The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 is just one tablet in the recently released Yoga Tablet 2 line, but it is definitely one to keep an eye on.
The SmartWatch 2 was met with some fairly poor reviews, leaving a difficult foundation for the third iteration to build on. Here's what it includes.
From quitting smoking to losing weight or managing finances more intelligently, these four apps will help you stick to your New Year's resolutions in 2015.