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Samsung has announced that it will be launching the Galaxy S10 on February 20 in San Francisco, just days before Mobile World Congress kicks off in Barcelona.
Now that CES is winding down, let's take a look at some of our favorite Android announcements.
Lenovo has unveiled its newest smart speaker, the 4-inch Smart Clock, with a minuscule form factor and Google Assistant built in.
Apple’s new billboard in Las Vegas touting the iPhone’s privacy features doesn’t quite tell the whole story.
Tim Cook's letter to investors wasn't just a warning about the upcoming quarterly results—it was a sign that things could be changing at Apple.
Google provides a set of developer options on all Android phones, but you won't find them unless you know the secret code.
Essential has confirmed that it will be no longer selling the PH-1, the company's overhyped handset. But something new might still be on the way.
Apple wants you to believe that bent iPads are normal—and that’s not acceptable.
Amazon is selling the Logitech Z523 speaker system for $50 today, half off its retail price.
2018 was filled with some great and some not-so-great Android phones and features.
Anki's Vector probably won't win you over as a traditional smart device, but its personality will melt your heart.
Don't call them vaporware just yet, but there are some cool things that missed the 2018 deadline.
Target is selling the Google Home Hub for $99 today—and you get two Google Home Minis for free.
Google is knocking $250 off the entry-level Pixelbook, and some lucky buyers will also get a bonus $50 gift card.
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