Your new phone may not be quite as fast as you thought, and that's ok, because a new standard is coming.
If you thought your next smartphone was merely a smartphone, think again. The next generation of phones are speakers, projectors, dedicated cameras, and more.
After weeks of confusion, of recalls and replacements and redressed stories again and again, Samsung is saying "that's all folks" for its Note 7.
It's always a good time to talk about security, and with a government initiative on smarter online practices this week, we're helping out asking the important questions, like whether free WiFi networks are safe.
It's 2016, and now that we're all well and truly settled in the world of convergence, you shouldn't be shocked to find out that phones are more about other things like the camera, which is where Sony's latest is aimed.
What happens to your phone after you're done with it, after you decide to upgrade? Does it collect dust waiting to be used or thrown out, because if it does, your mobile could serve another possibly higher purpose.
Oh Samsung. What happened? You had such a great phone, and now as replacement units apparently hit a recall of their own, the future of the Note range is up in the air.
With a new year comes a new iPhone, and while it's clear that the phone will instantly be Apple's best iPhone, is it the phone you should upgrade to?
It might surprise you to still find button-based dumbphones out in the world still, or even a few not-quite-smart "feature-phones", but the gap is beginning to close, and that's partly because of price.
The focus may have been on Apple's iPhones for the past month, but prepare for renewed interest in Google, as the company announces its first Pixel phone.