A new Xiaomi patent has just leaked and it looks like an extremely interesting phone.
TikTok parent company ByteDance Ltd. is expecting to lose an absurd amount of money as a result of being banned in India.
It’s been a long wait for anyone with a 64-bit device, but that wait is finally coming to a close.
Update: Prime Day will be held in the US later this year but India can look forward to a date in August.
Anyone who’s ever wondered whether their Android smartphones retain trade-in value now has an answer.
OnePlus jumped into the TV game recently, and now the company is going even further with three new models.
Looks like we won’t have to wait too much longer to get our hands on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3.
This will prevent US firms from using government funds to buy from either firm.
Google’s AirDrop competitor called Nearby Share looks like it’s coming soon, as it’s coming to the Play Services beta.
OnePlus announced the winners of the contest and posted the wallpapers they created for anyone to download.
The “Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act” could be a huge blow to privacy in the United States.
With some decent specs anchored by a Snapdragon 855 Plus, the Realme X3 looks like it could be a solid player in India.
Verizon is rolling out new prepaid plans for anyone looking to get service without spending too much.
PokÃ©mon Unite is on the way, and it’s not at all what you’d expect from a game with the PokÃ©mon name.
Some of the best mobile games of all time are available as part of the GameClub subscription service.
Those affected will get severance pay and company-provided healthcare.
The beloved game from the N64 era is finally making a comeback.
The powers at T-Mobile spent about six minutes on a call announcing the layoffs.
The change is designed to allow the US to stay current on the development of 5G standards.
Update: Just a week after the initial rollout, payments on WhatsApp are now halted in Brazil.