T-Mobile To Win U.S. 5G Race, Gimmicks Notwithstanding: Experts

T-Mobile appears to be on course to launch the first consumer-grade 5G network in the United States, at least not accounting for gimmicks, i.e. highly experimental solutions that aren’t likely to amount to anything

Surprise: Huawei Mate 20 Pro Camera Not Clearly Superior To P20 Pro

The triple-camera setup found on the back of Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro Android flagship isn’t clearly superior to the one used by the P20 Pro, an older phablet the Chinese firm launched some half a

Don’t Expect Massive Battery Improvements From Samsung Galaxy S10

While the Galaxy S10 lineup is currently shaping up to be one of the most impressive smartphone series released in 2019, there’s one performance department wherein Samsung isn’t particularly interested in pushing the boundaries of

Motorola Reviving Iconic Razr Brand But Only For The Rich: Report

Motorola is planning to revive its iconic Razr brand but is doing so specifically to target the ultra-premium segment of the smartphone marker, the WSJ reports, citing sources close to Lenovo’s mobile subsidiary. The flip

Galaxy S10 Preview: Samsung Wants Its Android Crown Back

Last year has been rather poor by Samsung’s standards, with the company missing out on revenue and profit targets, partially due to a decline in smartphone sales. The Galaxy S9 and Note 9 lineups didn’t

Amazon Taking On Google, Sony With Mysterious Gaming Service: Report

Amazon is currently planning a large-scale push into the video games industry, with the company working on a mysterious streaming service likely to be organized as the Netflix for interactive entertainment, The Information reports, citing

5G Won’t Revive Smartphone Sales But Increase Prices: Report

While both the wireless industry and the consumer electronics segment spent the last several years hyping up the fifth generation of mobile networks and presenting it as the innovation that will bring the mobile space to the

‘Western Egoism & White Supremacy’ Behind Huawei CFO’s Arrest, China Says

“Western egoism and white supremacy” are behind arrogant adoption of double standards that led to the arrest of Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou, China’s ambassador to Canada Lu Shaye wrote in a highly critical op-ed

Court Sides With Google Over Polarizing Privacy Law Overreach

A preliminary opinion issued by the European Court of Justice sided with Google on the subject of a polarizing privacy law’s scope. A stance elaborated by the court’s Advocate General Maciej Szpunar as part of a

Democrats Unlikely To Regulate Facebook: Ex-White House Official

The newly sworn-in Democratic House of Representatives is unlikely to regulate Facebook, according to ex-White House official Jon Lovett. While co-hosting a recent episode of tech podcast Pivot, President Obama’s former speechwriter  who also worked