It is August, and Samsung is staying true to its typical release cycle by announcing a NOTE-worthy successor to one of its biggest devices.
Surprise, surprise! It turns out that Samsung had one more thing to show us at today's Unpacked event.
For every smartphone market watcher out there, it's clear as day that Samsung is doing a rather awesome job with its Android smartphones.
Someone has published the purported source code for the iOS bootloader, iBoot, potentially opening the door for hackers and jailbreakers to find vulnerabilities in Apple's mobile OS.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 which caught fire last year and forced a recall is being re-launched as the Galaxy Note Fan Edition (FE) using parts from unused handsets, the South Korean giant said on Sunday.
Faulty batteries from suppliers were to blame for the Galaxy Note 7 catching fire and exploding, Samsung Electronics has announced after its near four-month-long internal investigations into the matter.
Samsung introduced the Y-OCTA display technology with the Galaxy Note 7 earlier this year.
No OS update is ever perfect, but Apple’s iOS 10 initially launched to strong reviews and fewer reports of problems than we’ve seen with some of Apple’s other launches. The recent 10.1.1 update.
Samsung plans to introduce automatic focus to the front-facing camera on its next flagship rumored to be called the Galaxy S8, according to Korea-based ET News.
After a couple of months of hesitation, I finally purchased a used Google Pixel XL. It's a fabulous device, but using it also showed me the LG V20 may be one of the most underrated phones of 2016.
Apple just introduced the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, the latest iterations of its premium smartphone. The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus look remarkably similar to the phones they replace.