On our show, we answer your questions about the OnePlus 6T McLaren edition, talk about 48-megapixel cameras and give last-minute gift suggestions!
Deutsche Telekom and SoftBank are reportedly promising to US regulators that they will get rid of Huawei equipment on all of their networks.
Also on our show, Apple is adapting to an iPhone sales ban, but warns of consequences and analysts take a hint. Plus, Sony phone deals!
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Also on our show, another 48-megapixel phone's coming our way, MediaTek's newest chipset supports ARCore and a Lenovo Smart Display deal.
The Taiwanese tech manufacturer wrote off just over US$200 million from its smartphone division as it switches strategies into 2019.
Intel is finally upgrading its processors with the new Sunny Cove CPUs that will make part of Intel's Core and Xeon series next year
Also on our show, vivo has a new phone with two displays on it while Apple's suppliers tell a tale of two fates with regards to new iPhone sales.
The cellular industry contributies billions of dollars in taxes to California coffers for lifeline connectivity programs, but that money pile has shrunken.
The company may have chosen the wrong time to streamline its offerings as its primary mobile-focused business struggles through court battles.
Also on our show, the OnePlus 6T McLaren edition spreads 10GB of RAM worldwide, Nokia links up PureView to a phone name and a new Huawei Nova!
But the legal system in Canada is considering the US Justice Departments request to expedite her south to face fraud charges on sanctions breahes.
Google has been developing potential search engine products for the restrictive Chinese market, its CEO tells Capitol Hill lawmakers.
The European Commissioner for Digital Single Market said that the European Union should be worried about Huawei and other Chinese companies.
The warring 48-megapixel cameras in China are part of our big topics on today show with Huawei and Xiaomi going at it. Plus, hole punches and Razer deals!
If you needed to drop short voice messages with a friend on Instagram, the social network has now made it possible for you to do so.
The Google+ meltdown is speeding up with another discovery of an API vulnerability that let third parties access users' personal information.
Also on our show, the bootloops have come for the LG G7 ThinQ, iPhone eSIM support grows at the carriers and HMD Global is winning with Nokia phones.
It's not exactly clear how the acquisition of a cloud email company will immediately benefit Essential, but there are longer-term strategies at play.
We've been told that Amazon and Walmart will be selling a robotics kit, a security camera and a wireless charging pad from Xiaomi.
It's been a long week in Hawaii at the Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit and we are all the more knowledgeable about 5G for it.
It denies the notion that it is a security threat to European Union member governments and is working on fixing its labs in the United Kingdom.
Also on our show, the ECG on the Apple Watch has been turned on, OnePlus and McLaren join arms on Amazon and a Huawei deal!