On track to become the world’s biggest smartphone maker last year, Huawei stumbled badly because of U.S. sanctions. But rival Xiaomi surged.
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A Bloomberg report says that Apple will be able to ship its 5G-capable iPhones on schedule this year. But future models face delays.
With its latest flagship, Samsung has finally elevated its camera quality to the point where it’s competitive with Pixel, iPhone, and Huawei.
Apple is reportedly planning to launch "several" ARM-powered Mac devices, including desktop computers that could pave the way for a new generation of Mac computers.
Huawei introduces the new P40, P40 Pro, and P40 Pro+ with high-end specs, no Google Play, and crazy new cameras. It's also launching a new personal assistant.
AMD has confirmed that a hacker has stolen and leaked some of the source code for its custom Xbox Series X graphics processor.
The new Spectre x360 13 arrives in the smallest-possible premium chassis, offering a perfect blend of good looks, performance, and portability.
HP, Microsoft, and Valve are working on a new, next-gen VR headset. Details on the new device are yet to be revealed, but the companies are promising big things.
Sonos announces new Sonos S2 update that will introduce a new app and OS for its products. Details on the new system is scarce, but Sonos plans to reveal more in June.
Apple upgrades the MacBook Air with the new Magic Keyboard, 2x performance and storage, as well as 6K external display support for the first time ever.
AMD unveils its new Ryzen 4000 series of processors for ultrathin laptops, promises lead on single-thread, multi-thread, and graphics performance over Intel alternatives.
Logitech launches a new line of wireless chargers, featuring a 3-in-1 wireless charging dock that can charge your iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods all at the same time.
Google is reportedly planning on a major upgrade for the Chromecast Ultra. The company is working on a second-generation Chromecast Ultra that will come with Android TV and a remote.
Google's upcoming Pixel 4a has already leaked, and a new hands-on video gives us a very detailed look at Google's upcoming Pixel phone.
Security researchers have discovered a new security flaw on Intel CPUs that "jeopardizes" Intel's root of trust. The vulnerability is apparently unfixable and impossible for antivirus software to detect.
Oppo is revealing its first-ever smartwatch today, and it's hard to overlook its resemblance with the Apple Watch.
HP has rejected another takeover offer from Xerox, for $35 billion, claiming that it undervalues the company.
Apple is reportedly launching a new 14.1-inch MacBook Pro with its new scissor switch keyboard design along with a update to the iMac Pro later this year.
As many of you know, I’m a big fan of Intel’s NUC family of small form factor PCs. But I’m not just a fan: I’m a customer and a daily user too.
Samsung's new Galaxy Z Flip is back in stock for purchase, but shipments may vary significantly depending on what variant of the device you purchase.
Microsoft today warned that the Coronavirus outbreak will impact the revenues of its More Personal Computing business segment.
A new leaked video shows off Surface Duo's "Peak" feature that allows users to glance at notifications, teases potential date for the Spring Surface Event.
Qualcomm reveals the reference design for its XR2 5G platform, offers 2x more CPU and GPU performance than the XR1 reference design, and 11x AI improvement.
Apple has long been rumored to be working on its own ARM processors for a Mac device, and we could finally get an ARM-powered Mac in 2021.
Lenovo is upgrading the ThinkPad line with new Intel 10th gen Core vPro processors, with AMD Ryzen PRO 4000 Mobile options expected later in the year.
Sony unveils its newest Android flagship, say hello to the company's new Xperia 1 II. Aside from the terrible branding, it has some decent hardware.
Sony has a brand new "super mid-range" phone for Xperia fans. The new Xperia 10 II brings a triple-camera setup, with a design identical to the company's new high-end phone.