Christopher Price is the Founding Editor of PhoneNews.com. Today, he leads the team building Console, Inc. – a new kind of Android™ device. He still likes to pontificate… a lot. You can visit his personal blog at ChristopherPrice.net.
By Christopher Price on October 4, 2015
In this article, we dive deep on Qualcomm, and Intel/USB-IF’s rival accelerated charging standards… and why Google cut a corner here.
By Christopher Price on September 6, 2015
Probably the best benefit about the Nexus 6, aside from its quad-carrier support in the United States, is that it will be the first to get Android updates, free from any carrier testing or approval.
By Christopher Price on August 14, 2015
USB-C is a game changer, but you may not be immediately struck by why. We summarize the many reasons in this quick-reference article.
By Christopher Price on August 4, 2015
Rumors have run wild across the Internet over the past 48 hours… rumors that PhoneNews.com did not regurgitate. Now it’s clear why we didn’t – they just aren’t true.
By Christopher Price on August 3, 2015
Nokia today sold HERE Maps to a consortium of German auto makers. And while it gains Nokia over $3 billion in cash, the real question is where they go from here.
By Christopher Price on July 28, 2015
OnePlus yesterday took the wraps off the OnePlus 2, and really, it was surprising in how much it was unsurprising.
By Christopher Price on July 23, 2015
By Christopher Price on July 16, 2015
Have T-Mobile? Want all that Band 12 coverage you’ve been missing? Well, you’re in luck… but you have to act fast.
By Christopher Price on July 4, 2015
It may be Verizon-branded, but it’s a Moto E that is SIM-unlocked for AT&T, T-Mobile, or Verizon for only $20 after gift card.