Sony is working a new camera sensor called the IMX686 and it may end up in the next iPhone 12 in 2020.
The Oppo Reno Ace continues the company’s obsession with charging its phones as fast as it is physically possible.
This is the new Xiaomi Mi Watch. Yes, it is clearly the secret son of the Apple Watch and the iPhone 4.
There have been AR glasses for a while, but Apple's glasses may popularize a device now reserved for professionals.
Google may be one of the more than 250 companies that have requested a license to deal with Huawei to the US government.
iOS 13.2 is aggressively killing apps in the background now, which is extremely annoying. There’s an easy and obvious fix for this.
Tencent X-Lab team can crack any phone open no matter if they use capacitative, optical or ultra-sonic fingerprint sensors.
The Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro's five rear cameras can deliver sharp 50X zooming thanks to a combination of zoom and digital trickery.
Xiaomi has announced that it will launch its first smartwatch based on Google’s WearOS — the wearable version of Android. To put it bluntly: it’s a goddamn WearOS Apple Watch.
Google has confirmed which brands are making the move to Android 10 before the end of the year, but it's still way behind iOS 13
Google has released several apps designed to improve your digital wellbeing and spend less time on your phone.
One of the best things about the new Pixel 4 is its smooth 90Hz display — until you turn down its brightness.
A private British space company is planning to send a 2-pound spider robot to the moon, the first crawling rover to walk in our satellite.
This is the first photo of the PlayStation 5 prototype 1. It’s so retro it looks like a cross between an original Star Trek series prop and an Altair 8800.
The next big thing from Samsung coming in 2020: a selfie camera that doesn’t need a notch or a punch hole because it actually works from behind the display.
The Beats Solo Pro is the brand's first on-ear, noise-cancelling headphones, and they beat the Bose 700 on price.
Google wants to predict player moves in order to speed up its Stadia cloud gaming service. In fact, Google believes that it will beat any local gaming platform.
A reliable source claims that Apple is starting production of its Project StartBoard augmented reality glasses later this year.