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You might be tempted to take a chance on a foldable phone. But you shouldn't do it.
If you're looking to upgrade your TV before Super Bowl LIII, we rounded up the best TV deals from Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart.
A top YouTuber did a ‘blind’ test to find the very best smartphone camera, and the iPhone lost in the first round
Yes, the Apple iPhone XS has an incredible camera. But perception is reality, and in a blind test the iPhone failed miserably.
A legendary gadget brand is making a comeback with a smaller smartphone to go with your regular one — the Palm phone hits stores today
Palm hasn't released a phone since 2010, but it's hoping to re-enter the tech arena with a smaller, on-the-go smartphone so you can leave your normal phone at home. Oh, and Steph Curry is involved.
Europe's largest consumer electronics show is underway in Berlin, and companies like Lenovo, Sony, and Sennheiser have announced innovative, exciting, and quirky new products.
The new BlackBerry Key2 LE is a cheaper version of the high-end BlackBerry Key2 that TCL released earlier this year. It's a nearly identical phone with a few key differences in its design and features.
Palm, the super-popular PDA brand of the early 2000s, might release a new budget smartphone before the end of the year
Chinese tech company TCL may be bringing back the Palm, the PDA device that had its heyday in the early 2000s. The new Palm, called PVG100 or Pepito in various filings, will likely be a budget smartphone.
The BlackBerry Key2 is hampered by a few design issues, but there's still plenty to love about it, like its focus on privacy and security; a solid, no-frills camera; and excellent battery life.
The BlackBerry Key2 will feature a 4.5-inch screen, physical keyboard, and dual rear cameras. It's slimmer and lighter than the BlackBerry KeyOne and comes with more starting storage.
You can get a great 4K and HDR TV for incredibly cheap these days – but there are 10 hidden costs you haven’t thought of when you go to 4K...
Upgrading to 4K and HDR can cost more than the price of a new TV.