Developers can sign up to head to San Jose through March 20. What will get teased out for future software updates to IPhones, iPads and more?
The phone is set to come out on Monday, March 18, and there's all the hype to let out on social media before the Black Shark 2 becomes official.
The Shenzhen Metro is testing out new tech with 5G and AI in mind like patrols and inspections with robots and drones. And what about facial recognition?
If Sprint and T-Mobile are allowed to merge, prospective CEO John Legere would allow smaller carriers to use its network at current rates forever.
The program will be going on through to at least July, though the last few versions would have come in August, so keep that in mind.
As of press time, Google seems to be a little stop-and-go on launching the beta program for Android Q, but the webpages have been updated.
Whatever Apple will call its original video subscription service, one investment house believes it will get customers fast and easy.
The music streaming company wants Apple to lay off interfering in its customer service, marketing and the payment systems it chooses to use.
It's $350 full retail, but $50 to the average Verizon customer. However, if you want to use the 5G network with your Moto Z3, it will cost extra.
The company actually supposedly had a whole bunch of tablet and laptop projects down the pipeline when the staffing cuts took place.
Look at what Weibo has cooked up! Green seems to be OPPO's favorite color and it has been on other phones. But will it be on the Reno?
A New York Times reporter caught wind of a teacher who decided to count the number of notifications her students received from their phones during class.
A page promoting Gameloft's latest addition to the "Asphalt" mobile racing game series, "Asphalt 9: Legends," mentions the unreleased Galaxy A90.
Reports from government sources say that Canada's most populous province will enforce a smartphone use ban with few exemptions.
The newly-minted Amazon-owned eero is reiterating pledges to ensuring customers' privacy while they use their mesh Wi-Fi networks.
Those who are paying for ad-free Spotify can get free ad-supported Hulu content if they link up accounts within the next three months.
The visibility of Sprint's lawsuit against AT&T's LTE-turning-into-5G marketing ploy has just shot up with a full-page ad and, we know, media coverage.
The cinematography comapny's first Android phone will apparently not get modular accessories, but an "in-device image capture system."
The United States is warning Germany that it will not share intelligence with the country at the same level as it is currently if Huawei is building 5G.
The community forums have been raging about keeping the faith in the Hydrogen One project. But skepticism has arisen on the modules.
The company is believed to have been working on getting content providers on board with its all-in-one subscription services for news and video content.
Are controlled drop tests any meaningful indicator about how your Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10+ might fare after a 6-foot tumble?
Android device owners will have the first privilege of testing out the latest game from Niantic, this one on the Harry Potter franchise.
The iPhone maker is working on a new way to prevent governments and spy actors from knowing who sent what messages with encryption.
As part of antitrust mitigation measures it's obligated to fulfill, Qulacomm has to renegotiate a bunch of patent licensing deals. It hasn't happened.