The iPhone X just lasted one year in the Apple Store, and guess what else is going to be missing in the box of your new iPhones
The graphic on this teaser is a little wrong and there's a little something off when the little trinket doesn't exactly go along with the theme suggested.
Samsung could be out of surprises for its Unpacked event, now that all the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9's marketing material has also leaked
Home appliances and home entertainment made good money for LG this quarter, but low-end phone sales collapsed in a saturated market.
We see three new sides to the Galaxy Note 9 in an official-looking poster and also hear about a price tag coming out of Poland.
A comparable blockchain phone from Sirin Labs will cost $1,000. This one will cost about the same and have kitties to boot.
Researchers were able to find about 69 percent of people who owned an iPhone and 60 percent who owned an Android phone had high incomes.
This is well past the time for placeholder text, especially if it’s something as ridiculous, but just only barely conceivable for a brand that may have grandiose images of itself.
ASUS has posted a vanity page for the ZenFone 5z, its first device with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. At the top is a starting price of $1,999. Did we mention that this is on the company’s United States site? Okay, what’s going on?
Well, it turns out we have a case of designers failing to update all the assets on the webpage. With all due respect to our colleagues [...]
It's been thought that 2017's iPhone X would be the floor from which all such advanced iPhones would start from in terms of price.
Don't be mistaken: it seems that heat for gaming phones is coming from China, so it looks like it will be the priority market. But perhaps... just maybe.
Well, it could be a small V30, just like how the Q8 was very much like the V34 in that it was a smaller V20. But what are all these model numbers signaling?
Are we finally ready for a bigger battery on a Galaxy Note phone? Do you want a 9-year-old iPhone for kicks? And we have gripes to tell you about!
But the celebrity allure isn't the ace card for LG in promoting the G7 ThinQ as it has a package of single-focus ads all about features.
The company is rebranding as the prepaid wireless market in the United States is looking forward to a shakeup with Sprint and T-Mobile merging.
The Federal Trade Commission accused AT&T of giving no due notice for throttling the speeds of customers on older unlimited data plans.
If you're catching up on the action, you'll get used to seeing a bezelless smartphone with a pop-up selfie camera appear over and over again during the commercials.
The company said that it was not able to get a trademark on the term in Europe as it conflicted with terms associated with Bragi and Amazon.
Sprint is still competing with T-Mobile for the moment, despite the two having proposed to be merged. This salvo goes for older customers.
LG is truly intent on letting its customers know just how much it is obsessed with artificial intelligence on its smartphones, new and old.
Samsung's always imaginative marketing department strikes again, pitting the Galaxy S9 against the archaic iPhone 6 to remind the world of Apple's performance throttling scandals.
He appeared in a prior ad for the OnePlus 5 last year around peak cricketing season. But this ad isn't so much an ad as a tweet with him holding the phone itself.
The proliferation of 5G and a stronger rural service are being touted for this merger, at least on the Sprint side of things. But what about prices?
WeWork office users at the Times Square and Manhattan Beach branches will be able to learn several Skillshare courses at the LG gram Lounge.