The UFEDs that law enforcement uses to access encrypted devices--which normally cost between $5,000 and $15,000--can be bought on eBay for just $100.
A report claims TSMC is on track for volume production using its 5nm EUV process, and Apple is expected to use the same process to make 2020 iPhones' CPUs.
Spigen and Ossia reveal more about Forever Sleeve, a smartphone case that’ll be able to charge phones without wires, plugs or pads with over-the-air charging.
AMD updated its Link system monitoring app in December 2018 with new features, and now it's teaching people how to take advantage of them.
Apple has no plans to use a new third-party foundry for its iPhone chips this year, and TSMC will be the sole manufacturer of the upcoming A13 processor, according to a report today.
A German court threw out four of Qualcomm’s eight search-related patent lawsuits against Apple. The remaining four have yet to be decided.
Spiggen and Ossia are developing smartphone cases with a sensor in it that receives power from a transmitter in your wall and uses it to charge your phone. All without wires.
Apple isn’t the only company revising its earnings guidance. Samsung will do the same due to declining memory demand and dwindling smartphone sales.
In the slowly escalating trade war between the United States and China, laptops and iPhones could be the next items hit by tariffs, U.S. President Donald Trump has said.
A Kickstarter with a whopping $251,100 in the bucket is selling MAKERPhone, a DIY smartphone you can build and code for calls, listening to music and playing games like Space Invaders.
Razer’s gaming-focused Phone 2 is a better all-around smartphone. But we still question the rationale behind dedicated Android gaming hardware.
Asus has finally announced that it will launch its Republic of Gamers-branded phone, the ROG Phone, on Oct. 18, when it will be made available for pre-order.
Qualcomm alleged that Apple engineers looked to its source code and other trade secrets to help Intel overcome performance issues with its iPhone chips.
Gorilla Glass 6 was designed to protect glass-dominated devices from shattering when their owners inevitably drop them.
Production of the chips was previously outsourced to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.--now it seems Intel plans to make the chips itself.
Asus's Republic of Gamers (ROG) smartphone sports high-end specs, a 6-inch, 90Hz AMOLED screen, and optional accessories that turn it to a portable gaming console.
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