Jaime and Josh pack themselves into a tiny car, strap on a GoPro and talk about bendy phones, rolling TVs, notch-less devices with a punch and more!
What goes on behind the scenes of a tech blog's coverage plan for a trade show as big as CES 2019? Or, rather, what goes unplanned?
From $400 gaming phones to strong laptops that weigh a little, write a lot and a whole lot more. Plus, watches and headphones!
We have seen some interesting things at CES 2019, and it seems that there is also a 5G Samsung smartphone for viewing only
The new Nubia Red Magic Mars is coming soon and its a great option for gamers who don't want to spend that much money on a smartphone
These new renders make the Samsung Galaxy S10 really stand out, and we can only hope the real device looks a bit like this
Specced well for birght videos and big sounds and enriched with kid-friendly features that tell them to sit straight and go to bed.
New mid-range and budget phones to be expected, further availability of the latest BlackBerries and edge-to-edge displays are due in Vegas.
A €500+ mid-ranger smartphone? Kind of crazy, right? And there isn't really much else we know about this large device at the moment. We're biting our lips.
The folding phone, an entirely different device, will be late to arrive as well. And the early part of the year will see a mid-ranger take hold.
Evan Blass reports that CES could punctuate its CES 2019 keynote event with a bombshell of a product launch. And LG won't deny it.
Some of Huawei's enterprise technology and servers will be made available to general consumers who want to set up a remote computing relay to their phones.
Codenamed "Valley" for many years, Samsung's foldable smartphone project now carries a pompous "Winner" alias, reportedly eyeing a February 2019 public announcement. The more conventional Galaxy S10 could see daylight in January.
Purportedly priced at a reasonable €230 in Europe, the Alcatel 5 is coming soon with razor-thin screen bezels, dual front-facing cameras and Android 8.0 Oreo.
We may be getting a little ahead of ourselves here, but it's possible Xiaomi will stop by Barcelona next month for a Mi 7 MWC 2018 launch.
Samsung's long-in-development first foldable smartphone is inching closer and closer to a commercial release, stopping by Vegas recently for a secret demo.
Five mobile technology geeks. One table. 60 minutes to podcast. CES 2018. From laptops to drones to smartphones and AI, we talk about it all.
The CES 2018-unveiled Sony Xperia XA2, XA2 Ultra and L2 don't look half bad for "high mid-range" and mid-range Android phones, as shown in our hands-on video from Las Vegas.
We tried out the world's first "full-production" smartphone with on-display fingerprint recognition at CES 2018, and the biometric sensor was surprisingly fast.
LG doesn't want to launch new smartphones "just because other rivals do" anymore, planning a smaller, more streamlined product portfolio. But what are the LG Icon and Iconic?
Not entirely new, Inspero's Vinci 2.0 standalone smart wireless headphones made a CES 2018 appearance to remind us they're shipping soon... and can do a bunch of exciting things.
The self-contained Oculus Go headset is actually manufactured by Xiaomi, as announced at CES 2018, and a China-exclusive equivalent called Mi VR Standalone is also in the pipeline.
Time to go hands-on with a very unlikely CES 2018 headline grabber, the convolutedly named Asus ZenFone Max Plus M1, priced at $229 for a February US launch.