We interrupt the iPhone mania of late to remind you there are other flagship phones on the market, including the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Getting a new phone is exciting. Worrying about keeping that new phone safe is not so exciting.
If there's one thing I admire about Android phones, it's the variety of models available at all price points.
What goes into choosing a new smartphone?
I like it when things are in order. Samsung has two Galaxy S models - the S7 and S7 edge. It also has a larger model with a stylus called the Note, which has always been one number behind. The last Note model was the Note ...
Let's face it - LG makes fine smartphones, but they are not as popular as handsets from Apple or Samsung.
I'm always in favor of new hardware, but once I buy a gadget, I want it to be the current model for as long as possible so I can feel good about my purchase.
Businesses battling to keep their information safe pricked up their ears last week as it was announce that Boeing has produced a mobile phone that self-destructs should the wrong person try to use it.
Every time I think I'm completely happy with my iPhone, I see another Android model that has a newer, bigger, faster feature that I covet.
I think I'll join the folks who have told me they've had enough iPhone news for now. Let's look at three Android phones from different carriers.