LG is making smartphones weird again, and I'm not complaining.
The LG Wing is finally going official.
Intel announced its plans to spend at least $20 billion on a new semiconductor plant in New Albany, Ohio. Upon competition, the site will be the largest semiconductor site in the world.
HP has announced a new lineup of All-in-One PCs and desktop computers for the home. HP says they're your best companion for work from home. Here's everything you need to know!
The new Samsung Galaxy A53 is expected to pack a quad-camera setup on the back, featuring a 64MP primary camera, and a 32MP ultrawide. It'll be powered by an Exynos 1200, and it's rumored to launch in Q1 2022.
A new leak has revealed Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra European pricing. It suggests that the S22 Ultra will start at the same price as S21 Ultra, but will come with less amount of RAM.
According to a new leak, OnePlus is planning to launch the OnePlus 10R in Q2 2022. The leak claims that the OnePlus 10R will be powered by MediaTek's Dimensity 9000 and not a Snapdragon chipset.
Expect Apple to launch loads of devices this year. From the new iMac Pro to iPhone SE 5G to iPhone 14 to AirPods Pro 2, here's everything Apple could launch at its Spring and Fall 2022 events.
According to a new report, Google is readying a new version of Chromecast with Google TV. The new version could come with support for more video codecs than the current version. Check out all the information here!
According to multiple reports by users, Apple iPhone 13 is facing a pink screen issue where the phone starts to display pink colors on top of the iOS UI elements. Apple is already said to be working on a fix.
New leaks have revealed Google Pixel 6a and Google Pixel Watch potential launch date. The leaks claim that Google would launch the products at its annual I/O Developer conference in May 2022.
The Galaxy S21 FE went on sale in January 2022, a lot later than its expected 2021 release. So how does it compare to the Google Pixel 6, which is $100 cheaper and offers a very similar package? Read this article to find out.