Yu Chengdong: Huawei could abandon Windows and Android if need be

At last month’s MWC, Huawei released the Mate X which is Huawei first foldable and 5G device. This smartphone comes with a whopping €2,299 ($2,585) and it is expected to...

Apple’s folding iPhone patent shows a, er, Motorola Razr lookalike

Apple's folding iPhone might look something like, er this IT'S BEEN JUST HOURS since Samsung showed off the Galaxy Fold, and while we've long been expecting the likes of Huawei...

Criminal investigation into Facebook deals with Apple, Amazon, Microsoft: Report

Federal prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation into data-sharing deals struck between Facebook and makers of mobile computing devices like smartphones and tablets, reports the New York Times. Under the terms...

NexDock 2 is a new laptop shell for your smartphone (crowdfunding)

Nearly three years after running a crowdfunding campaign for a laptop dock powered by your smartphone, the folks at NexDock are back for another round. The NexDock 2 has a better...

The 6 Fastest Smartphones Ranked According to Geekbench Speed Tests

Geekbench runs thorough tests and keeps a running track record of which smartphones are, on a hardware level, the fastest (and you can even run your own Geekbench speed tests...

Stories brings the Father’s Promise DLC to Android

11 bit studios released the side-scrolling survival strategy game This War of Mine on Android back in 2015. What people may not know is that the game had been available...

Survey suggests healthy iPhone upgrade intent, lukewarm interest in an Apple streaming service

Amid slowing iPhone upgrade rates and slowing smartphone sales in general, a new survey from investment firm Baird indicates higher iPhone upgrade intentions than past years. As noted by Barron’s,...

Understanding iPhone's Sneaky 5G Trick

A number of iPhone owners who aren't following the story of AT&T's courageous rebranding of its data services will no doubt be happy to see that their ... Source link

Google Patches Critical Vulnerabilities in Android’s Media Framework

Google has released its April 2019 set of security patches for the Android platform, which fixes three Critical vulnerabilities, including two that affect the Media framework component.  Tracked as CVE-2019-2027 and...

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