More reports about the performance of smartphone shipments for the second quarter of 2017 are coming, and the latest one we’re looking at is from Strategy Analytics.
Launched in London today, the new Nokia 8 is the first phone from HMD Global following its partnership with optics expert Zeiss, and the first to come with top-of-the-line specs.
The EISA (European Imaging and Sound Association) announced the winners of its awards for the year 2017 to 2018.
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board or LTFRB has suspended the operation of ride-sharing service Uber for one month in the Philippines. The suspension is due to the company’s failure to comply to an earlier mandate by the transportation regulating body.
Not all the rumored features we were expecting from the recent leak came true for the Sharp Aquos S2, but we instead got something better in return — much better.
Public places in the Philippines will soon have free internet access granted by the national government, now that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte signed Republic Act 10929, also known as the Free Internet Access in Public Places Act.
It’s not only the Galaxy Note 8 that gets design confirmation from leaked case renders, as Google‘s upcoming Pixel 2 joins the club.
We all know how Facebook likes to snoop in on our lives through their social network. With more users signing up every day to join their platform, Facebook wants to create something new.
The Galaxy Note 8 leaks just won’t stop. We’re a few weeks away from its official announcement, but Samsung just can’t hide any related information much longer. The latest one comes from the division that’s responsible for Samsung’s mobile cameras, and they just showed their dual-camera setup module.
Oh, look! Evan Blass posted a high-resolution image of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S8 Active. Leaked images of the phone have been floating around the internet for a few months now, so it’s only a matter of time before the phone reaches the market.
In the latest well duh news of the week, Chinese brands Huawei, OPPO, Xiaomi, and Vivo are doing incredibly well in the two most important markets of Asia.
It was only a couple of days ago when we gave Huawei’s budget-friendly GR3 2017 our seal of approval. But suddenly, out of nowhere, a high-ranking executive says the Chinese company will soon stop producing such phones.
Filipino fans might have to wait a while longer, but Samsung’s refurbished Galaxy Note FE (Fan Edition) is coming to the Philippines later this year.
Xiaomi often gets credited for making near-bezel-free smartphones a thing, all thanks to the commercial release of the well-received Mi Mix. But if you look back a little further, it was Sharp’s Aquos series that introduced the now-popular design way back in 2014.
It’s a match made in heaven and something most taco lovers have only dreamed of — until now.
Motorola has announced the Moto Z2 Force, the latest member of the new Z2 family of Moto Mod-compatible smartphones.
We’ve had our fun coming up with wacky names for Android O, and we even asked popular YouTubers what they think the next version of Android will be called. Now, in a surprising twist, Google is hinting at an unusual moniker that’s not a sweet dessert.
Xiaomi is feeling a little impatient with the launch of its next smartphone. After teasing the Mi 5X along with the upcoming version of its popular Android interface last week, Xiaomi revealed the handset in full through a promotional video — just a day before its official unveiling tomorrow.
Attention, Snapchat fans! Snap, the app’s parent company, has just made its trendy smart glasses widely available. From being an exclusive product of its pop-up vending machines in the US and then eventually opening to direct web orders, the Spectacles can now be bought officially on Amazon.
Do you have interest in TV stands? Got a new design or fresh approach? Samsung needs you, and they are giving away big prizes to whomever produces the best one.