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Qualcomm dove deep into Snapdragon 845, its next-generation chip for mobile phones. Highlights include speed and battery life, AI, and sophisticated image processing.
This isn't a prototype—it's a fully operational mobile device with a fold-out screen, from a brand usually associated with budget devices.
Right now the Google store is offering $125 off the Pixel and $200 off the Pixel XL, plus a bonus of a free Daydream View.
You turn off notifications on your Android phone or iPhone to cut down on embarrassing noises or distractions. But you can also adjust notifications so that people who matter can still get through. Here's how.
Microsoft calls Windows phone sales "immaterial" during its quarterly earnings call on Thursday. Instead, Office and cloud sales carried Microsoft to a strong, profitable quarter.
Alexa is ready for her debut on the HTC's flagship U11, the first phone to offer true hands-free support for Amazon's assistant.
The LG V20 is a good phone—and right now, it has a good price.
The future of Android will be a lot smarter, thanks to new programming tools that Google unveiled on Wednesday.
At Google I/O, Google launched both a new category of cable-free standalone Google Daydream VR devices, as well as a new Visual Positioning System for helping phones navigate via augmented reality.
The Sony Xperia X is a mid-range phone that's finally available at a suitable price.
Low-cost smartphones like the Moto G5 introduced a few months ago are now shipping with Qualcomm chips that will soon be outdated.
Travelers concerned about their privacy can take steps to protect their data as they cross the U.S. border. They should remember the old Boy Scout motto: Be prepared.
U.S. Customs is on pace to search nearly 30,000 devices for the year. If you're traveling outside the country, here's what you need to know.
If you hate waiting for your smartphone to charge up, relief is coming soon. After some hiccups, Qualcomm's superfast charging technology, called Quick Charge 4, will be in smartphones around the middle of this year.
Qualcomm, in a smartphone chip licensing spat with Apple, will reportedly ask a U.S. government agency to ban the import of iPhones into the country.