The world's largest tech show, CES, seems to be falling apart as more companies are withdrawing from taking part in the show.
New sources familiar with the matter now claim that Samsung will indeed release the upcoming Galaxy S21 FE at CES 2022 sometime in January 5-8.
You'll be able to watch all the announcements from the comfort of your home, but an all-digital format is a lost opportunity for participating brands.
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the camera of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+, Apple's future iPad Pro with 5G connectivity and more
If things go as planned, there will social distancing protocols, lesser contact points, on-site medical assistance, and other such facilities at the venue.
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!
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.
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.
Until OnePlus can "experiment" with official US carrier support, the unlocked OnePlus 6 is probably coming in June, definitely packing a Snapdragon 845 SoC.
The Miix 630 is by no means Lenovo's flashiest laptop unveiled at CES 2018, but it's relatively affordable and "always connected." Meanwhile, the new ThinkPad X1 Series is mind-blowingly powerful.
Dell's impressive CES 2018 product portfolio includes the world's "most powerful 2-in-1", the "smallest 13-inch laptop on the planet", and a very convenient software tool.
Four companies are officially partnering with Google on "smart displays" with integrated Google Assistant functionality, including Lenovo and JBL.
More than two years after wrapping up a very successful crowdfunding campaign, the world's first modular smartwatch is on display at CES 2018 as open sales begin.
Ultra-premium video and audio formats for Netflix streaming are coming to the already impressive Razer Phone in a firmware update later this month.
Made by Samsung subsidiary Harman International, the Allure Portable speaker, JBL Everest series of headphones, Reflect Mini 2, Contour 2, Endurance family and JBL GO 2 are invading CES 2018.
The latest iPhone accessory from 360-degree camera world leader Insta360 is called Nano S, supporting all the new iPhones with 4K video recording capabilities.
The high-end Asus ZenBook Flip 14 is officially slated for a March 2018 US release at $899 and up, while the always-on, always-connected NovaGo is priced at $599.