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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the possible changes coming in future iPhones, upgrades in the Nintendo Switch and more
Here we have proof that the foldable panels in the Samsung Galaxy Fold are pretty resistant and that they will work correctly for quite some time
A German radiation regulator conducted updated tests on many major phones and found many to break the country's SAR limits.
Apparently last years iPhone X has proven to be better than this year's iPhone Xs and iPhone XS Max, at least when talking about battery life
SuperCharge beat out Google and Apple's simpler systems as well as other adapter-based systems like OnePlus's Dash Charge and Motorola's Turbo Charge.
The public at-large wil not be able to participate in this testing of Google's AI-powered concierge service, but we do get insight into what it does.
It's in a "commercial form factor" but it has actually yet to go commercial as 5G is still building out. vivo is touting its partnership with Qualcomm.
Here's the thing, though: Sprint only offers one unlimited data plan that allows for streaming at up to 1080p. At least one plan in the new offerings is referred to as "SD."
More things work on it than we'd thought, but it's still a very broken experience. And yet, there's progress and a clear idea of what Fuchsia wants to be.
Testing has begun on all sorts of hardware including the Chrome OS-running Pixelbook. Ways to install Fuchsia have been found.
Ultra-Wideband transceivers could get the MTA a new, modern signaling system to fix the hell that is the New York public transit commute.
Imagine a Snapchat stripped of curated content, just stuff from friends. Now imagine Instagram stuffing payment systems and bots and stickers...
A 7.5W wireless charge session will generate 20 perccent more power than a 5W charge. A 12W wire will get just under double a 5W charge can to an iPhone X.
Stock software is all fun and games until it's time to update it. That's what the Android One-designated Xiaomi Mi A1 is trying to avoid: un-fun.
If you're on Sprint, US Cellular or Verizon, your iPhone X should theoretically perform better than ones on AT&T or T-Mobile.
Facebook is trying to see if it can start booking users into its system by scanning their faces. Android and iOS devices are expected to take it on.
The Kirin 970 will be the first to strive for gigabit speeds on the Huawei Mate 10 as Qualcomm prepares for release early next year.
Upgraded MIMO technology, signal amplification and calls over LTE and Wi-Fi are on their way to Latin America with the help of Samsung.
Advertising that was only shown to Australian and Thai Facebook Messenger users is now spreading around the world. No, not to your lock screen.
The company has partnered with a Swiss company to put multiple layers into reading a face for security purposes. Say, to get into your phone.
Texas's capital is getting millimeter wave broadband service for homes and businesses from AT&T... on a very, very limited scale.
LTE License Assisted Access is a carrier aggregation technology that would allow operators to use more spectrum and bring faster downloads and uploads.
It's more than just an Android Nougat test program. There will be more chances for users to comment and test things that could pop up in two years.