Samsung has reopened a fab in South Korea after a case of coronavirus shut it down last week.
President Donald Trump’s latest round of tariffs on Chinese goods could have a big effect on tech companies and consumers, and many are speaking out.
MalwareBytes said it discovered unremovable malware on Android smartphones offered by a carrier, Assurance Wireless by Virgin, that receives funding from the U.S. government.
The FBI has sent Apple a letter asking the company to unlock two iPhones involved in the recent shooting of three Navy servicemen.
Developers are starting to bring Windows 10 on Arm to Android smartphones. That includes the OnePlus 6 with plans for getting the OS on the Samsung Galaxy S8.
The Your Phone app, for making calls of your Android phone from your Windows 10 PC, finally arrived this week.
Apple reportedly told suppliers to increase production of iPhone 11-series smartphones. The phones are believed to rely on TSMC's already-strained 7nm process.
Apple introduced the new A13 Bionic chip alongside the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Qualcomm announced that its next-generation 8, 7, and 6-series chips will come integrated with 5G modems, making smartphones significantly more affordable.
Huawei is reportedly set to announce the Mate 30 lineup, which could feature its HongMeng operating system, on September 18 in Munich.
Asus today confirmed that it's planning to release the ROG Phone II, its second-generation gaming phone, built around the new Snapdragon 855 Plus.
Despite Huawei's promises of an Android replacement, an exec has said the Hongmeng OS isn't for smartphones and that Huawei devices will continue using Android.
Razer’s Phone 2 is pretty, powerful, and great for more than just games. It’s a steal at its current sale price of just $399.
With FCC approval, we're even closer to getting those nifty Spigen-brand cases that charge your smartphone without a charging pad or wires.
Huawei cut its revenue forecast for 2019 by $30 billion as the American semiconductor industry lobbied to ease the U.S. government's restrictions.
According to a recent report, Apple is looking to buy Intel's German modem division to accelerate the development of its in-house wireless modem chips.
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