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It seems that we will also get a new smartwatch during the official presentation of the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro devices in Paris next week
The money will go towards covering roads out of smaller regional centers to rural towns and provide any caller access to emergency services.
The CEO of T-Mobile is slamming the price hike Verizon customers will have to take to access its 5G network. Sprint and T-Mobile customers won't pay more.
You can place the new AirPods charging case on a Qi charging pad. It costs $79. No, not the AirPods themselves. Those cost more.
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DC officials are telling their London counterparts that Huawei can still send data back to its home government and circumvent hardware inspections.
The new service was announced as a major step to taking the burden off of gamers for having to own massive, powerful computers to play.
Apple has reportedly been going after potential content vendors with a deal: join our bundled subscriptions service and we'll take a 30 percent cut.
It's an odd aesthetic choice that Google has chosen to adopt for its apps store for Android and Chrome OS, but it'll stick to it from June 24.
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The Swedish company said that Apple's response to its complaint goes to the "belief that Spotify's users on iOS are Apple customers," not Spotify's.
With the demise of some big mobile tech projects in recent weeks, we're focusing on show on how they came to fall... to fail.
Chairman Richard Yu said that it does have a "plan B" in place if it has to cut ties with American businesses amid ongoing legal turbulence.
Intelligence agency staff have also been working to convince Bundestag members that Huawei is a security risk for Germany's up and coming 5G network.
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?
A recent report from Taiwan claims that mass production for Apple's new iPad and next-generation AirPods is starting soon.
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 music streaming company wants Apple to lay off interfering in its customer service, marketing and the payment systems it chooses to use.
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.
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.
We'll just tentatively call it the Galaxy Band. Samsung has patented a device which basically is a phone that wraps around your wrist.