Chinese TV maker Skyworth admitted some of its Android sets collected far too much personal data from users, but blamed a third-party service and denied prior knowledge.
The new developer preview is jam-packed with updates and improvements to existing smartphone features.
The OnePlus 9 series launched last month and continues to get regular updates to its cameras. The latest April update is better still.
Researchers found Joker malware outside Google Play, with over half a million Huawei phones infected.
Leaked photos of Lenovo's new gaming phone show a cooling fan on the rear, while other rumors point to it having seriously powerful specs.
A report claims that this fall's Pixel phones will be the first to use chipsets jointly designed by Google and Samsung. Here's what that means for the Pixel 6.
According to a new leak, the Galaxy Z Flip 3's battery capacity should be the same as the previous model's.
Google will next month forbid most apps from being able to see details about each other, or even to see which other apps are installed on a device.
Apple iPhones collect less data by volume than Android phones, a new study finds, but collect more types of data than their Google counterparts.
Xiaomi announced the Mi Mix Fold, which directly competes with the Galaxy Z Fold 2. It's limited to China, but it'll cost roughly the equivalent of $1,520 in US dollars.
Google is working with other companies to use a Secure Element in the form of a Titan M chip inside Pixel phones to create digital keys that can open doors and operate cars.
OnePlus' pair of flagship models have been revealed — here's a guide on the differences and similarities between them.
Google Lens revamp offers better integration with Google Photos, as users now get faster access to the tool with better functionality to boot.
The Pixel 5a is coming soon and a mysterious new Google phone has passed certification in India. Considering the timeframe, we believe it to be the Pixel 5a.
Google is bringing AR support to select dual-camera phones, starting with the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL.
Samsung's now offering four years of Android security updates, and Google should be paying attention.
Millions of Android phones, tablets, TVs and set-top boxes are threatened by a botnet malware, but there's a sure-fire way to avoid infection.
Android devices still running Nougat or earlier can still use the internet past September 2021, thanks to an ingenious workaround by a digital-certificate authority.