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Apple is officially wading into ‘phablet’ territory with the iPhone XS Max — here it is compared to an iPad Mini

Apple unveiled three new iPhones this month, including its largest iPhone yet, the iPhone XS Max. With its 6.5-inch OLED display, it's only slightly smaller than the 7.9-inch display featured in the iPad Mini.

Samsung just unveiled its first 8K TV you can actually buy

Samsung just announced the first 8K TV you can actually buy in stores. The Q900R QLED 8K TV, which Samsung unveiled this week at IFA 2018 in Berlin, will be available starting at the end of September.

Samsung claims its new ‘unbreakable’ screens for future smartphones won’t crack

Instead of making glass harder, Samsung went for flexible plastic.

Apple’s latest iPad may be boring, but it’s the perfect tablet for most people

The new 9.7-inch iPad is the most sensible iPad you can buy — and possibly the best tablet in the world.

Samsung’s new 146-inch TV called ‘The Wall’ can change sizes

A 4K, HDR, 146-inch TV with a "micro LED" display is a sight to behold.

A new type of glass that was discovered by accident can fix its own cracks — and would be perfect for smartphones

Note to smartphones makers: Drop whatever you're doing and make this a reality.

Here’s what the ‘p’ stands for in the Pixel 2 XL’s pOLED display

So-called pOLED displays are cheaper, lighter, and thinner than regular OLED displays. Here's what you need to know.

Samsung is about to release the widest computer monitor you can buy — here’s what it’s like

Samsung's new 49'' CHG90 GLED Gaming Monitor was designed with hardcore gamers in mind. Here's what it's like to use it.

Apple’s successors to the iPhone 8 could have a similar bezel-less design as the iPhone X

By next year, the iPhone X may not be the only iPhone with a display that takes up nearly the whole front of the phone.

The iPhone 8’s biggest change will not be a ‘must have’ feature, analysts say

"With OLED, we struggle to see the incremental benefits visually that would inspire a customer to replace an adequately-performing device."