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Apple’s iPhone is the biggest selling smartphone in the world. Hold on Samsung and Huawei fans. Before you show me statistics that...
I recently left Android and spent a few weeks living with an iPhone as my daily driver. Find out what I loved and what I hated about it.
At WWDC, Apple announced a host of new features for FaceTime, including the ability for users to take calls via the web using Android or Windows.
Huawei is planning to make between $1.2 and $1.3 billion from charging royalties to Apple and Samsung on their 5G patents.
The only thing OnePlus 8T and iPhone 12 have in common is that they were released in the same month and the both of...
To put it kindly, Huawei has had a complicated relationship with the United States government, culminating in their addition to the Entity List after the...
The affordable Pixel 3a has been a breakout hit for Google, but soon it will get some competition from Apple when it launches a new $400 iPhone SE 2 in 2020.
Years into its existence, Google still struggles with its how to handle smart watches. Maybe it's time to copy a certain company named after a fruit.
We look at the LG Gram 14-inch 2-in-1, a Windows-based laptop that has completely rendered my iPad and Android tablets useless.
Remember when smartphones cost $200 and it was all you ever needed? What happened? We discuss how the industry has evolved and where it may go in 2019.
Corning is a staple of today's mobile tech, but you may not know that they've been in your life for over a hundred years.
AirPods are still the best wireless earbuds out there but some people think you can't use them without an Apple device. Not true! Here's how to set them up.
As phone shipments continue to decline in the second quarter of 2018, there is a bright spot for Huawei as they overtake Apple for the number two slot.
Google has finally bought Android Messages to the web, so you can text directly from your desktop. In this article we'll show you how to use the feature.
FM Radio chips are not only included in most phones nowadays, but they can also even be utilized just by downloading an app. The central questions are, why don't we hear much about the function and why would we need it today anyway?