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Another Android flagship, the Nexus 6P, ends up in a class-action...

"When the bootlooping occurs, the phone is essentially a very expensive paperweight."

Market makers JMA Wireless, Three, Fon, SK Telecom and CBRE to...

London, UK. 19 April 2017 - SCWS World, organised by Avren Events, has announced it will feature more global giants on its programme than ever before, with support from Virgin Media Business, Fon, JMA Wireless and Blu Wireless, as well as the continued...

Baseband Zero Day Exposes Millions of Mobile Phones to Attack

A previously undisclosed baseband vulnerability impacting Huawei smartphones, laptop WWAN modules and IoT components was revealed Thursday at the Infiltrate Conference

Synaptics’ new fingerprint sensors support force-sensitivity, soft buttons, and more

The FS4600 sensor family could hit smartphones before year's end.

Android Wear 2.0 begins rolling out, but only to three watches...

The rest of us will have to wait some more.

Huawei updates Mate 9 handsets with incomplete Alexa integration

An OTA update will start updating Mate 9 handsets to include Huawei's Alexa app.

Mobile World Congress, day one: Many smartphones, some PCs, a couple...

MWC gives us a peek at mobile computing's future.

Also, BlackBerry is there.

Huawei P10 hands on—Basically an iPhone 7 clone, which is good...

Typical Huawei: Excellent build quality, unoriginal design, terrible distribution.

Moto G5 Plus hands-on: Solid camera, stock Android, sweet price—sign me...

Moto G5 Plus continues the trend of selling last year's tech at under half the price.

Huawei Watch 2 hands on—This feels like a last-gen smartwatch

With a small, ugly screen and no digital crown, the Huawei Watch 2 feels old.

What to expect at MWC: Five flagship smartphones and the return...

LG, Nokia, BlackBerry, Sony, and Huawei should all be in attendance.

A trove of new but unexciting Android smartphones to debut at...

Several new high-profile Android smartphones are expected to launch this weekend in advance of Mobile World Congress, which opens Monday in Barcelona.Analysts and published reports have said these new Android smartphones will include the BlackBerry Dtek 70 (through a license with TCL), the LG G6, Lenovo’s Moto G5, Nokia 8/P1 (HMD holds the Nokia brand), the Sony Xperia X2, the Huawei P10, and at least one model from HTC.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here