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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 is being announced on August 7 — here’s everything we’ve heard about it so far
Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 is coming soon and rumors are a little inconsistent, but the Galaxy S10 surely offers a few clues as to what to expect.
Google’s Pixel 4 is expected to be a major change from past Pixel phones. Here are the most credible rumors we’ve heard about it so far.
Google may have revealed the Pixel 4 itself, but there's still a bunch of details we don't know about, and rumors can help fill in some holes.
Another big tech company is reportedly making a foldable smartphone, suggesting folding screen technology might not be a passing trend
Foldable smartphones are off to a rocky start, but the biggest tech companies in the world are dedicated to make them happen.
A Samsung exec says that it’s fixed the problems that made the $2000 Galaxy Fold break for some reviewers — but there’s still no rel...
"Most" of the issues with the Galaxy Fold have apparently been fixed, which is better than nothing...but still not that reassuring.
Google reveals the design of its next smartphone months ahead of schedule, after it started to leak all over the internet
In an unusual move, Google teased an image of its upcoming Pixel 4 smartphone, which we're not expecting until October.
Apple's iOS 13 iPhone operating system might breathe new life into your older iPhone, even one as old as the iPhone 6S.
Apple is making it easier for developers to bring their iPad apps to Mac computers, the company announced at WWDC 2019.
The OnePlus 7 Pro is the fastest phone I've ever used, but I made it even faster by tweaking a simple hidden setting in Android.
Bose is releasing new $400 wireless headphones with better noise-cancelling and — finally — a new design
The new Bose Noise Cancelling Headphone 700 have better noise-cancelling than the tried-and-true QC series, and they finally come with a new design.
Google just made it super easy to order food from DoorDash, Postmates, and other delivery services without using their apps, here’s how to do it...
You might never need to download a delivery service app or visit their website again with Google's new "Order Online" feature.