Samsung has emerged from the ashes of the Note7 debacle with the radically redesigned S8 and S8+, the first phones to include the Snapdragon 835 chip.
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Samsung will be refurbishing some recalled Note7s for re-use, as well as removing components and extracting metals from the ill-fated phablet.
Google will be shutting down Spaces on April 17, ending the experimental service that never really got off the ground.
Samsung confirms that it won't be revealing the next Galaxy phone at Mobile World Congress this year, says the Note 8 is in development.
As Samsung prepares to release the results of its investigation into the Galaxy Note7 fires, a new report says the battery itself was the problem.
Samsung will reportedly release the results of its investigation into the exploding Galaxy Note7 handsets next week.
The FAA has lifted the requirement for airlines to notify passengers of the Samsung Galaxy Note7 ban as nearly all units are returned.
Samsung has apparently referred its Galaxy Note7 explosion findings to the appropriate government agencies as it looks to clamp down on Galaxy S8 leaks.
Battery charging to be severed starting Dec. 19, but Verizon doesn't want to release the update.
Most signs point to a software show, but that doesn't mean new Macs, displays, or other hardware is out of the question.
Like the iPhone 5s and 4s before it, the iPhone 6s introduces some brand-new features that will define Apple products for years to come.
At the end of 2006, the cell phone landscape was awash with devices that filled specific wants and needs. If you wanted the coolest way to make calls, you got the RAZR. If you needed to email colleagues on the go, you bought a BlackBerry. If you were constantly texting your friends during study hall, there was the Sidekick.
After the Financial Times yesterday broke the news that Apple is in advanced discussions to purchase Beats Electronics for the tidy sum of $US3.2 billion, the reaction was swift and immediate: Apple has finally gone off the deep end. Clearly the company's enormous cash pile was burning a hole in Tim Cook's pocket, because no one in their right mind would spend so extravagant a sum on a trendy company that makes overrated, overpriced headphones.