Samsung is set to announce a new foldable phone at February's Unpacked, and it's quite a departure from the Galaxy Fold.
TCL has announced it will no longer make BlackBery Android phones as of August 31, 2020, which comes as a surprise to absolutely no one.
Ring's Android app uses multiple third-party trackers to deliver customer data to companies other than Amazon.
Samsung is set to release the Galaxy S20 just a few days before Valentine's Day, but will you fall in love with it? Here's everything we know so far.
The Puma Smartwatch is another Wear OS entry that's too buggy to be taken seriously.
A new report by Android Police says Google is working on bringing Steam to Chromebooks.
Google has added the ability to use your iPhone as a physical security key to authenticate your account. Here's how to set it up.
As Microsoft shuts down Windows 7, it has an opportunity to move Windows into a new era—and it could take a few lessons from Apple on how to do that.
The Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro is built for business, with support for Microsoft Team's Walkie-Talkie feature, military-grade drop protection, and a removeable battery.
2020 has barely begun and we already have out first camera gimmick of the year. Please make it stop.
Mozilla has issued a patch for its Firefox browser after a bug was found that could give a hacker complete control over a user's PC.
Folding prototypes, super-fast chargers, and gaming controllers are among the awesome Android annoucnements made at CES this year.
Sonos has filed a lawsuit claiming Google stole patents related to how speakers communicate with each other.
Samsung has announced the Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite, which bring "key premium features" at a lower price point.
The last decade brought a lot of new headstones in the Google Graveyard, but some major products could be on the chopping block over the next 10 years.