Since a majority of us in the U.S. still buy our phones from the big four carriers, we don't really care about the process of returning our still-new recalled Galaxy Note 7 elsewhere — we want to know how to get it done here. It turns out things are pretty simple — here's how it's done.
Following reports that Samsung was simply "adjusting" its Galaxy Note 7 production to check on issues with new phones, the company has issued a statement that it is ceasing sales of the phone worldwide.
We've started to learn the details of how Verizon will handle the Pixel phones, and most of the news isn't good — but savvy consumers have another choice. Here's why you should seriously consider bypassing Verizon if you make a Google Pixel purchase.
We all get very excited for a Google event, and rightfully so. After a pretty big Google I/O earlier this year and plenty of leaks pointing us in the right direction, this latest event is expected to be worth your time. Join us here for our liveblog coverage!
It's hard to believe that the Galaxy S7 has already been on sale for over six months. With half a year of use under our belts, it's time to revisit the Galaxy S7 and see how it's held up compared to our initial review.
Launching a smartphone is difficult. Though we should absolutely hold these phone makers to a high standard, especially when they ask such high prices, having a little perspective on just what's going on behind the scenes is important.
Google's ready to launch even more overlapping products, and if rumors are true it also plans to buy Twitter. Verizon is making much smaller moves. You'll also notice there's no mention of the Note 7 in today's brief!
Now one full week removed from the official CPSC recall of the Note 7 in the U.S., Samsung claimed in a statement sent to Android Central that "about half" of the 1 million recalled phones have been returned.