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  1. We test and rate hundreds of mobile phones each year. Whether you're looking for Apple, Android, or even a simple feature phone, these are our top picks for a variety of budgets across the major US wireless carriers.
  2. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is a big, powerful phone that's good for artists and note-takers.
  3. The South Korean manufacturer is set to launch its new device - which looks like it can fold in two directions - at IFA 2019 on September 6.
  4. Cell phones are the new graphing calculators. From pre-k up through college, we've rounded up the 10 best phones for students at a variety of price points.
  5. PCMag polled 1,000 parents of school-age children about when they'd feel comfortable buying their kids smartphones, tablets, laptops, and smart speakers. Here's what we found.
  6. Both vendors recently launched more affordable smartphone models in the US when compared against the flagship phones from Samsung and Apple. This helped OnePlus and Google make gains in the US market, according to Counterpoint Research.
  7. At $349, it's not cheap, but the Palm Phone is an extremely classy looking little device. And US Mobile's Palm service plan is an intriguing option for those who hate massive smartphones.
  8. The new Motorola One Action, available in the US in October, features a wide-angle video camera that records horizontal video when held vertically.
  9. The company plans on rolling out the Assignable Reminders feature in the coming weeks to users based in the US, UK and Australia. It'll work on phones, smart speakers and smart displays equipped with Google Assistant.
  10. The folding phone is still set to launch before the end of 2019, but it's unlikely to come out before November now.