If you needed to drop short voice messages with a friend on Instagram, the social network has now made it possible for you to do so.
The Google+ meltdown is speeding up with another discovery of an API vulnerability that let third parties access users' personal information.
Huawei has its 40-megapixel cameras while Nokia had the Lumia 1020 with a 41-megapixel camera. Will Xiaomi beat them to a pulp in January?
Lin Bin, like any tech executive in China, loves to tease the fans. He decided to do so with a social media post with a minor distinction.
The Galaxy F gets a few new views while an iPhone X explodes after a software update. Also on our show, why you should buy a Mac Mini and iPad Pro together.
Believe it or not, Jack Dorsey does have his reasons for putting the edit button on skids despite a voracious crowd wanting it so badly.
Silencing a conversation thread on WhatsApp is quite easy, but only if you're on Android. It may soon be easy on iOS as well.
OnePlus had confirmed that the 6T would have a fingerprint sensor beneath its display. Now, it has also confirmed how that component will work.
The data breach allowed app developers to collect data from not only consenting users, but those who shared private data with those users.
Actually, it's cutting into all of the commentary by the YouTube tech press on what's been going on with these Pixel 3 leaks.
Ten lucky creators will get an all-expenses paid VIP package surrounding the OnePlus 6T launch events in New York and New Delhi.
The Chinese company is headed for the United Kingdom and some suspect it's going to make a splash on the high streets thanks to a contest.
Also on our show, Qualcomm is batting up at Apple while hoping to get back together with it and the executive crises at Facebook.
And for the adventurous types who want to be able to test things out first, they can sign up for OnePlus's "The Lab" program.
WhatsApp had been under pressure by Facebook to make more money and those directives led its co-founders to quit. Now, the same has happened with Instagram.
A phone with two displays has been tried before, but it hasn't been a big seller. Perhaps this Chinese manufacturer will blow the concept up?
A lot of people are already doing it, but it's kind of difficult to do it right now. What if it were just easier? Instagram fears the worst.
After years of vocal complaints from what Twitter may consider a minority, it seems that it has relented in giving users control of their timeline.
In fact, any smartphone owner who had Android Pie on their device was susceptible to this seemingly random toggling of power saver settings...
It goes out from Cupertino live at 10am Pacific, 1pm Eastern. And, if what Apple suggests pans out, it should be easier than ever to watch the event.
After having talked about the iPhone X sequel literally becoming the "iPhone XS," are we ready for an iPhone XC? China Mobile thinks so.
We have what we believe is the OnePlus 6T's tenative release date, courtesy of the company's Weibo account. Does the timing make sense?
Sony has put out a teaser for its IFA event on August 30 and it's very blue. And very vague. Is the Xperia XZ3 coming or not?