Here’s your chance to let us know how you game on your phone.
Federal contractors pay to put the tracking code into apps and then sell the data back to the government.
Along with a new iMac refresh, we have some interesting new rumors (and a leaked display!) for the iPhone 12 series.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 won’t see a full launch until September, but you can see a quick leaked hands-on now.
The US ban on Huawei prevents the company from manufacturing the chips. It is unclear what it will use instead.
Google really is going all-in on the This Is Spinal Tap references.
This will likely be the final beta update for Android 11. The next update should be a stable launch!
If you’re thinking a 2020 mid-ranger will be better than a 2019 flagship, you might want to watch this.
We are awaiting confirmation, but it appears the Note 20 will get three versions of Android instead of just two.
It is not clear if other products launched at Galaxy Unpacked on Wednesday will also be available on Thursday.
The Pixel 4a might be Google rebooting the Pixel line, and I’m here for it.
Google confirmed the news in a press release today. Singapore will also not see either device.
The Google Pixel 4a isn’t included here. We expect that device’s first update to come next month.
Despite the more advanced processor in the OnePlus Nord, the two phones are neck-and-neck most of the way.
A Best Buy jumped the gun in displaying the new wearable from Samsung. Whoops!
The Samsung Galaxy Note line has always featured big expensive phones. But how did it all begin?
With the Galaxy Note 20 series on the horizon, is it still worth grabbing a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus from last year?
Update: Blue Mail is back on the Play Store and Google has given us a statement on the matter.
You’ll be able to use Windows apps on Chromebooks soon, but it might not be the way you hoped.
You’ll be able to watch things both faster and slower than normal.