Jaime and Josh pack themselves into a tiny car, strap on a GoPro and talk about bendy phones, rolling TVs, notch-less devices with a punch and more!
From $400 gaming phones to strong laptops that weigh a little, write a lot and a whole lot more. Plus, watches and headphones!
We are wrapping up the year in mobile tech news from Apple's battery throttling bungle to the nightmare and adrenaline rush that was Techtober!
Huawei and ZTE could start to have even more problems in their commercial activities with the US if this national security ban gets to be more than a rumor
A ZTE foldable smartphone is described in one of these patents, while the other shows a double-sided phone with wrap-around screen.
The new Nubia Red Magic is an affordable gaming smartphone for all those hardcore smartphone gamers, now available in India
Yet another country is preparing to turn its back on Huawei network infrastructure, adding ZTE in the mix as well, over cyber-security concerns.
Ericsson helped with a 5G video call, HTC has a hub, Netgear has another hub and ZTE has a test phone. All of it's powered by Qualcomm.
According to a recent ZTE patent filing, the phone manufacturer is considering a display cutout that will house the earpiece.
The two senators are urging the Trump administration to see if ZTE used US parts in a citizen social credit database for the Venezuelan government.
The Blade Max View works on Verizon while the Blade Max 2s works on Sprint. Both of them also go on GSM networks, too. And they provide value under $200.
The new Nubia X removes the selfie camera from its front panel to eliminate the need for the notch, but it gives us a better option for selfies
ZTE will be under the watch of two monitors for at least the next four years and will be checked for compliance until at least 2028.
A recent research is trying to analyze the present and predict the future. It claims that 2019 smartphone shipments will be under 1.5 billion.
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?
We have another smartphone launch from Huawei, future brick-and-mortar plans from OnePlus and a ton of videos to share with you.
Nine Android phones have launched and we expect more to come along soon. We also cover Xiaomi's OPPO Find X and other mobile tech news in our show!
A slew of announcement came from the Chinese tech giant today, but there are other wearables and phones to look out for from margin players.
We might have to wait a little more to see the first 5G ZTE smartphone. The company has detailed its plans regarding the new tech.
Laptops from Acer, ASUS and Lenovo and a quintet of phones from the well-meaning to the overachieving. You know it's a trade show out there.
The ZTE Axon 9 Pro just became official at IFA 2018 and it's everything you hoped it would be. A true multimedia flagship.
The Chinese telecoms company reports earnings this week. While an imports ban has negatively and significantly affected the bottom line, there's hope ahead.
The Australian government has more generally banned any Chinese vendors from bidding for any network equipment contracts with the nation's carriers.