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A strong US Dollar has caused runaway price hikes in emerging markets that have made the new iPhones unappealing to foreign buyers.
A discount on new iPhones from the carrier side never really happens, but this year, we've seen plenty of it happening, especially for the iPhone XR...
Deutsche Telekom and SoftBank are reportedly promising to US regulators that they will get rid of Huawei equipment on all of their networks.
The iPhone Xr is starting to get price cuts in a Japanese carrier thanks to indirect help from Apple that wants to boost its sales
It already sells MacBooks and has made great strides to carry the Apple TV line. Now, more of Apple's goods are on the way to Amazon.
Hundreds are dead in the aftermath of massive flooding in the country's west. Apple is offering repairs of its products for free.
It's a lightweight device that has a few kinks to it that other regional variants would not have. And it's all from open source information.
Inspired by the Essential Phone rather than Apple's iPhone X, the 6-inch "edgeless" Sharp Aquos R2 packs a Snapdragon 845 processor and two somewhat unusual rear-facing cameras.
Essential products purchased from the company's website can now make it over to five more countries. Canada already had PH-1 carriage from Telus, but not unlocked.
JDI's biggest client is Apple and, depending on how this year's iPhones will sell, these moves could leave the company in a lurch.
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.
Sharp introduced its third Android One device into the Japanese market and this one actually sticks to one of the program's facets: affordability.
Imagine smartphone or tablet screens made of this stuff. No need for cases, no chance of burning your hands through the screen...
This deal has been running through the approvals process over the past year, but eyes have been especially focused here since Broadcom's big bid.
Sony Mobile is doing okay in sales year over year, but major challenges continue to tear a hole in its balance sheet. But hey, that's what Spider-Man's for.
The WiiU days of decline are truly over. And these numbers don't even factor in Super Mario Odyssey. Meanwhile, Super Mario Run is doing well.
4.9 inches at 2032 x 1080. It's an oddity in display resolutions, but it's bright, it refreshes quick and it's on a small form factor smartphone.
Two reports came out of Japan and Taiwan. One more then got out from Taiwan. Then came Canada, China, Greece and Hong Kong. What's up with the iPhone 8?
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.
Two cases, one each in Japan and Taiwan, have shown up in the first week of iPhone 8 Plus deliveries. The screen and body come apart.
Kantar Worldpanel measured iPhone market share gains on Android in five of its nine tracked individual markets in the second quarter.
The Foxconn subsidiary is expanding its mobile realm from Asia for next year as it plans on selling what it will exhibit at MWC 2018.
The Japanese conglomerate was able to rack up more sales for its Xperia phones than a year ago and has cut business costs to extract operating profit.