The carrier's My Verizon app is pushing out a notification trying to convince customers on iPhones (even the iPhone X) to buy a Galaxy S9 through the app.
Industry reports claim that counterfeit parts were used in the waterproofing of the phone, leading Apple to punish the assembler.
Giving its users all the blue light they need before bed, Sony has decided to stop including its short-lived blue light reduction feature at night.
The silicone ring at the bottom of Apple's smart speaker doesn't leave residue, but because it dampens vibrations, it will mess around with the oils of finished surfaces.
The company claims that there were two separate campaigns that were supposed to go on: one to recruit beta testers for the Mate 10 Pro and another to solicit feedback from current testers via the Best Buy page.
LeMall and Leshi are still operating and giving out information, but the encompassing tech brand, LeEco, is pretty much dead, at least online.
Those who couldn't or didn't want to argue down the price were supposedly charged anywhere from $50 to $150 for the replacement of a part that used to be user-replaceable for $40.
In addition, another tech blog reached the South African division manager of Sony Mobile and included a quote about the successor to the Xperia XZ Premium.
But this review from a skills inspector was in response to a mistaken insert of a promo line by a developer mentioning "OK Google."
"Fake news" can get really, really repetitive in this endless news cycle we're all seemingly in. But Apple's News app for iOS is really taking it to new levels.
Samsung may be looking into combining biometric data from users' faces and eyes for non-fingerprint authentication in less than ideal lighting conditions.
It's the same update that would bring Mi A1 units on Android Nougat over to Oreo. Why is it being stopped? Would you believe it? More bugs.
The demonstration video was initially released in 2015 in conjunction with a symposium on batteries at the time. It has been repurposed for use on Huawei's YouTube channel today.
It's good for the iPhone because the battery might screw your life up, the company says. It's sorry, it says. We have our say on what Apple is saying about iPhone processor throttling.
Previous happenstance Face ID botches were between non-twin family members. This one just happened naturally without anyone having to try.
Don't call it no "Microsoft Edition," just a Galaxy S8. Even though Microsoft is selling Samsung's phones with its own apps on them, it ain't the case.
If you want to rock out with the Google Home Mini, you should be able to do so. But nope, some users find their device crashing.
Protecting your OnePlus 5T makes sense and it seemed like OnePlus was about to offer insurance on it. But it's not available yet.
Just as you thought it was safe to start referring to yourself in first person again, iOS has made some users incapable of describe how "it is."
One hole is getting patched (somewhat) while another allows for personal data, including location, to be recorded, dumped and taken away.
The iPhone X is supposed to recognize your face and your face only. Face ID, though, has been shown to have cracks. Apparently, kids are one of them.
Samsung Korea is getting ahead of the game as manufacturers are wont to do. But don't underestimate snoopers' interest in a mid-range phone.
It could've been a corrupted ROM that couldn't be booted or there might not have been a ROM in the first place. It's hilarious if not just incompetent.