Qualcomm has announced its new Quick Charge 5 technology that will let you charge your devices faster than anything you have experienced before
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the telephoto lens in the Samsung Galaxy S11, new image stabilization in iPhones and more
Motorola fans will have to wait a bit longer to buy the new Moto Razr since the company has announced a delay because of its high demand
The new 16-inch MacBook Pro is already available for purchase on Apple.com, or you can wait for it to hit the stores later this week
One old model is being carried over for the base tier, but overall, the iMac is getting up to six Intel cores for its business.
The semiconductors company is bringing out new silicon for what it calls the "second generation" of smart speakers. What does it entail?
Apple has refreshed the iPad in its 7.9- and 10.5-inch sizes, bringing better displays and Apple Pencil support. It'll all cost more than a regular iPad.
The full-on follow-up to the original XIaomi gaming phone is due out in just over a week and we have very little idea on what to expect.
OPPO has a new mid-ranger Android phone out and the company threw a ton of stuff at the wall to pack in the innovation and the value.
It's not just a phone with a sliding keyboard. F(x)tec is a privately-funded startup that has ideas to bring back functionality to Android.
Do you own a Galaxy S10+ with a terabyte of storage? Perhaps you would like to double that storage with a SanDisk microSD card.
A 14-inch laptop with the ports you want and the battery life you need might be found in the Huawei MateBook 14, coming soon.
That said, it doesn't mean that the 5G version of the Galaxy S10 won't make it to AT&T, Sprint or T-Mobile. But it does mean that Verizon customers will have the early lead for a few months.
Samsung has unpacked its two star Android premium flagship phones. Many tiny details have been updated, but will they justify the cost they ask for?
Not exactly flagship salivation as with the G8 or V50, but there are three new mid-range Android phones from LG coming to Barcelona next week.
And what brilliant timing it will be with it being GDC 2019 in San Francisco. But what's this about a Google gaming console?
Lei Jun said that Xiaomi has incurred big costs from research, devleopment and manufacturing the Mi 9 and has had to make a pivot on market positioning.
It's a $400 Android tablet that does less than a full-fledged productivity tool, but more than just play pretty movies. It's the Galaxy Tab S5e.
Already cheap enough at a suggested retail price of $60, those who are in need for a new phone cheap and fast can get one at Boost Mobile.
Specced well for birght videos and big sounds and enriched with kid-friendly features that tell them to sit straight and go to bed.
Customers who are already using their Mint plans will get more high-speed data per month without paying any more than they did up front.
That 48-megapixel camera phone is finally here... and by "here," we mean China. Plus, cooling, time of flight sensing and a lot more.
For reference, that year's worth of data costs almost as much as the phone itself. And all of this comes under $200 in China.
What is Xiaomi offering with this phone that it hasn't offered with other phones? Something to do with traffic? Maybe free LTE data?
Why does China get all the good things first? Also, do you really need 12GB of RAM? You're going to want to watch this phone closely.