According to a recent report from TF International analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Samsung is gearing to launch the Galaxy S10 in three different screen sizes in 2019.
Author: Raja Rajan
It looks like HTC is in trouble as the Taiwanese smartphone maker revealed a 68 percent drop in sales for the month of June.
Facebook has announced that it is shutting down three of its least popular mobile apps – Hello (a caller ID tool), tbh (a teen polling app)and Moves (a fitness tracker).
Amazon is finally bringing full voice control to Alexa app for iOS and we can control connected smart home devices and access any of its 40,000-plus skills using our voice.
Android 8.1 Oreo update is being rolled out to Moto G5S Plus handset users. This update also brings Android Security patches (May 2018) and several improvements to the handset.
Pandora has launched a new family plan with unlimited streaming for $14.99 a month, matching the price of Apple Music and Spotify.
PayPal is now available as a payment option on all Google services such as Gmail, YouTube, and also peer-to-peer payments.
Google is revamping YouTube’s subscription model by introducing YouTube Music premium subscription and replacing YouTube Red with $12 per month YouTube Premium.
According to a recent report from Ookla Speedtest says the LTE download speeds on Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are up to 42% faster than competing handsets.
Microsoft has announced it will replace Surface Pro 4 devices that are experiencing screen flicker with a refurbished device for free.
The T-Mobile version of the LG V30 has finally received the Android Oreo update, marking it as the last major carrier variant in the United States to do so.