Ren Zhengfei is weighing in on the troubles his company is going through as governments shun its products as they develop 5G networks.
In fact, it's more than the core of what Microsoft wants to do: to complete user experiences at work and at home. Hardware's key.
Qualcomm is very insistent that it can get back to an amicable relationship with Apple as a supplier. But can it with mountains of lawsuits stacked?
It's a revolutionary device and Apple says that it's the best in making such a device. Tim Cook says it costs a dollar a day for two years. True, but...
When Porsche Design partners with other companies, it has very exacting standards that its counterparts must adhere to. Huawei had to lose the notch.
It'd be cheap, do little, but do it well and do it securely. It'd be affordable enough to be a second phone, a work phone. And BlackBerry's CEO wants it bad.
Google talked with John Legend about the making the music video for "A Good Night" using the Pixel 2. Can you tell it was Google conducting this interview?
The design of the first Essential Phone was controversial. The camera's usefulness was, too. At least we know where the priorities are for next time around.
Chips, glass and TrueDepth cameras are just some of the components in an iPhone and they're made in the United States, the CEO says.
CEO Kaz Hirai doesn't see Sony having a mobile division as much as it is a communications division. And he wants it around for the next thing that isn't smartphones.
Whatever the case may be for Apple's $999 price tag, it does come with a few strings attached from carriers to Face ID. Cook eases it all off with an interview.
And "there's no such thing as a 'Pro 5,'" said the Microsoft VP of Devices. So, what do we expect in this "Pro Next"? More than just a Kaby Lake processor.
We talk to Dr. Timothy Fong, a psychiatrist researching addiction at UCLA, about smartphone addiction, technology research, digital mental health and more.
Mark Buckman, a professed "Google evangelist," has lost some faith in the company after the way he believes the company handled his issue with the Pixel.
AT&T is lighting up gigabit broadband for LA, California. We sat down with Vice President Rehan Asad to talk about the new Gigapower roll out.
Samsung Pay is doing well for itself across Korea. New figures show that a million subscribers in South Korea have made over ₩100B in transactions, 75 percent of which were made with Magnetic Secure Technology. But Samsung’s Injong Rhee wasn’t just interested in giving out digits. Instead, he was focused on expanding the chaebol’s technology reach on multiple fronts in an extensive interview.
Rhee says that Samsung Pay — with its MST — is mainly up against not other mobile payment systems, but with plastic.
More and more, all the plastic cards — [...]
He made the first cellular phone call in 1973. Now Dr. Martin Cooper joins us for a look back at the world he made possible – and what's yet to come.
We sat down with Bar Rescue host Jon Taffer to learn about his new app BarHQ – and to hear about the challenges of going from TV host to app developer.
On this week's show, we talk Apple's latest OS, the fabled Amazon smartphone, and the future of unlocked phone sales with GSM Nation's Ahmed Khattak!
Looking through Sarah Jarrett's gallery, it's hard to believe her main medium is an iPhone. In this interview, Sarah shares her mobile photography secrets.
Daniel Berman, creator of the Mobile Photography Awards, lives in a world where smartphone photos sit alongside Warhols and Lichtensteins.
We discuss the "Flagship killer" OnePlus One, its creation and the vision behind it with Carl Pei, the company's director.
We sat down with Phonebloks to learn about the challenges involved in creating a modular smartphone and the company's vision for the future.