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.
It's a new laptop series slotting in between the MateBook X and MateBook X Pro with killer specs to go up against the new MacBook Air.
New mid-range and budget phones to be expected, further availability of the latest BlackBerries and edge-to-edge displays are due in Vegas.
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 launched a new flagship smartphone that's all about the selfies as usual, but its unique position and obsession has it looking for silicon.
The Yoga Book gets an update, though it won't be available to us just yet — just as we won't be able to get at ASUS's concept machine until 2019.
Android Oreo is slowing moving out to some LG G6 units currently, but it's nice to know that this extra iteration will get wider reach.
Negri Electronics is one of the largest destinations for unlocked mobile devices. On the next Weekly, founder Ryan Negri tells us what it's like to run it!
We've already plus-oned the Googles and followed-back the Twitter; now it's time for Pocketnow to join the shutterbugs in the Instagram hashtags. #sweet
"Sometimes you wanna go where everybody knows your name." This new smartphone message board wants to be just that: join the talk in the Pocketnow Forums!
Apple is holding its developer conference (WWDC) in approximately two weeks. WWDC is roughly analogous to the Google I/O that concluded a few weeks ago. According to the WWDC website, we will be able to get an in-depth look at what to expect next in both iOS as well as OS X and developers will be shown how to take their apps “to the next level”. It’s really an impressive shindig with over 100 sessions, hands-on labs, events, and even the opportunity to connect with Apple engineers and fellow developers — and Google may be laying in wait to steal Apple’s [...]