Samsung could have found a solution to end the notch trend, and it might include it in the display of the Samsung Galaxy S10
Samsung could finally say goodbye to the audio jack in the coming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 according to information that comes from Korea
The data breach allowed app developers to collect data from not only consenting users, but those who shared private data with those users.
Inbox debuted in 2014 as a test lab for new features that let users more easily sort out and reply to emails. Now, Google is shutting that lab down.
That includes Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1. New apps will no longer be accepted into the Windows Store soon and then the updates will stop flowing.
A $44 billion deal is going down the drain because it needs approval from Chinese regulators. The US and China are in a complicated relationship right now.
Find out which are the reasons that Samsung might have to pull the plug on its Samsung Galaxy S flagship phones after delivering the Galaxy S10
Dozens of jobs have been cut with redundacies being placed in the company's Taiwan headquarters. And yet, HTC struggles on in India.
The 3G network still has a year and a half before it officially shuts down, but it's been whittled down to a point where Verizon won't take any more in.
The end of the banking app came before the end of July and it does not bode well for the state of the Windows 10 app market.
Verizon's attempt at a streaming media service is being bagged as the company turns to focus on its live sports programming.
Sony may be leaving some of its weakest markets behind with this leaked move. Evan Blass reports that adjustments will take place in October.
The platform, started up by a former Pebbler and endorse by former CEO Eric Migicovsky, is now trying to get fans to import their data by June 30.
The HSPA network will be left up for devices that support it, but Three just won't sell phones that don't have LTE on them.
Two big price cuts later and the Canadian carrier has announced that it won't take any more stock of Andy Rubin's newfangled Android phone.
The New Devices Group at Intel, said to be about 200-strong, is being disbanded. That means that all projects, including this promising one, are being shelved.
Google Voice numbers and Sprint numbers will be separately used from that date, but Google Voice can still at least be used *on* Sprint phones.
Say 'sayonara' to the first-gen Pixel, at least from where Google stands with its retail presence. But there are a couple of places here or there if you want to grab one.
App developers will need to drop off the watchOS 1 SDK and move onto at least watchOS 2. Instagram, for some reason, will not do that, thus the end of the applet.
OnePlus is preparing to launch the OnePlus 6 later this spring, but it'll be a while before anyone in North America can buy a fresh OnePlus phone.
The move is still in the rumor zone, but it's one that will serve to depress the Chinese manufacturer's smartphone efforts in the United States.
The Moto X4 successor may not be while Moto Mods may not be as imaginative as Lenovo had hoped they could be. All as the mobile division suffers financially.
Showroom costs have risen and revenues have dropped, thus leading to the closure. Jobs are being re-sorted or accommodated.