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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the possible leaked design of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, how Huawei's ban is affecting Samsung and more
Ericsson helped with a 5G video call, HTC has a hub, Netgear has another hub and ZTE has a test phone. All of it's powered by Qualcomm.
The intelligence claims that Chinese government spies pressured Huawei into giving access codes for a network within the past two years.
The Australian government has more generally banned any Chinese vendors from bidding for any network equipment contracts with the nation's carriers.
Instagram is basically letting users do hour-long videos while Apple seems to be taking its time fixing problems on futurist products. All on our show!
In New South Wales, the government has commissioned a study to look into the digital behaviors of students from kindergarten to Year 12.
One of the biggest impacts outside of China from ZTE's stoppage of most of its operations has touched the Australian market.
No major changes are coming to the Pocket Casts app immediately and all five members of its developing company, Shifty Jelly, will join the joint venture.
In many cases, these discounts are roughly in the range of US$20 to US$50, which makes Apple's claim about this iPad being "the most affordable" one pretty true. Just don't worry about the Apple Pencil.
Lightweight apps are great for entry-level phones that can bare only the basics. Facebook Lite has been in more than 100 emerging countries, but it's come to 8 developed ones.
Google has recently started enforcing region-locking for use of Google Pay in the UK and the US. Now, it's available in three more countries.
Previously only just available in the US and Canada, at least three more markets are now getting Google's callback to the AirPods.
How are pre-sales pacing when compared to purported supply numbers we've seen? We don't exactly know, but they're not spectacular.
The Microsoft Store is selling a gaming phone and people can't get enough of it. Razer is also tapped to hit Singapore with an announcement.
The $49 donut-sized smart speaker will be available from October 19 in the US and in six other regions as well. All for more AI in the house.
While it's nearly impossible to estimate the early iPhone 8 and 8 Plus sales numbers, all signs point to lower enthusiasm than previous releases.
Kantar Worldpanel measured iPhone market share gains on Android in five of its nine tracked individual markets in the second quarter.
It was set up on September 10 and, as of press time, the one man in a folding lounge chair should still be there in front of the store on George Street.
The Chinese manufacturer has been busting other brands for a while in the US, China and Latin America. Not Australia, though. That's about to change.
25 percent your next mobile order at the Macca's 'round the Darling Downs? For sure. But what's that phone it's using to promo this deal?
The OnePlus 5 will finally land in Australia by the end of the month in limited numbers, while the rest of the world is gearing up for a gold model intro.
Advertising that was only shown to Australian and Thai Facebook Messenger users is now spreading around the world. No, not to your lock screen.
WWDC 2017 was the time for Apple to finally pull out its Google Home and Amazon Echo competitor, but using only Apple services.