Our partners at XDA have obtained an early copy of Android Q and have found dark mode treats to desktop cheats.
According to sources, the Department of Justice wants to sue Huawei for stealing trade secrets from T-Mobile related to a robot.
A Mannheim court tossed out Qualcomm's patent suit against Apple, but the chipmaker still has an iPhone sales ban in effect.
The millennial-targeting carrier is planning on spreading its $40 per month service from iPhones to Android devices this month.
Also on our show, a new iPod Touch could bring the end of the Lightning era, OPPO zooms in quite close and Netflix bumps up prices again.
Ren Zhengfei is weighing in on the troubles his company is going through as governments shun its products as they develop 5G networks.
If you're taking your Google Fi phone to any of these 33 countries, you'll be able to get on LTE for the same rates as you do at home!
Netflix is hiking its prices, but it is still status quo at T-Mobile for free subscriptions. That status quo is a good thing that may last only months more.
From free pizza to discounts on movie tickets and apparel to cash back perks and giveaways, Sprint's got some of its own thanking to do.
As to how many cameras the Galaxy S10 and S10+ will get on their rear sides, signs point to three. Not two, but three. And what of this RAM business?
Also on our show, the Galaxy M is also getting its kicks in Paris, AirPower may get its wings this season and a MacBook deal!
An app publisher has come out with a ranking of the worst Android phone makers that go overboard killing background processes.
Apple probably intended for this feature to act as sort of a software-enabled hearing aid rather than a wiretapping tool, but it is one, nonetheless.
After a prolonged discount period, the only places you'll probably find a Chromecast Audio are your big box spots and peer-to-peer marketplaces.
The National Development Council blamed Apple's lack of innovation for its declining iPhone sales affecting Taiwan's manufacturing industry.
Two concepts are shown, both featuring barely any bezels at the edges, save for a housing above the display and with one device featuring a teardrop notch.
According to XDA-Developer's Max Weinbach, it seems like there was a bidding war for the privilege to carry the company's first 5G phone.
Also on our show, the latest plans for HTC take it into the summer before a big 5G phone, the iPhone still isn't doing so good in China and iPad Pro deals!
What goes on behind the scenes of a tech blog's coverage plan for a trade show as big as CES 2019? Or, rather, what goes unplanned?
From $400 gaming phones to strong laptops that weigh a little, write a lot and a whole lot more. Plus, watches and headphones!
Also on our show, the LG G8 ThinQ may arrive next month, Nokia may be officially updating the Nokia 8 and Jabra has a new pair of ANC headhpones.
Also on our show, the Nubia Red Magic Mars is about to take a stand, Apple continues to pare back iPhone production and Galaxy F rumors!
Will there be five different Android phones coming under one name? What about all the 5G hype? Samsung's got answers to these questions next month.