Because of the cancellation of MWC a lot of smartphone makers have been getting used to holding virtual online-only unveiling events for their new devices over the past few months.
According to a new report from today, Samsung wants to enter into the ultra-premium segment of the smartwatch game by offering a titanium version of its upcoming smartwatch.
Motorola's new Razr, the rebirth of the classic form factor with a foldable screen, is definitely not a perfect device, what with its performance and sub-par camera and battery life and overall creakiness, so there clearly are a lot of things on which a possible successor might improve upon.
Yesterday, Microsoft made a major announcement for .NET developers. Until now, to create cross-platform apps, .NET developers generally use Xamarin. Microsoft is now introducing an even better way to develop cross-platform .NET apps.
LG announced its latest midrange phone in its home market of South Korea dubbed LG Q61. It brings a 6.5-inch FHD+ display with a 16MP punch hole camera and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio.
Olympus will end its camera business in South Korea on June 30, according to a new report from The Korea Times. The decision is 'mostly' based on low camera sales volume, the report claims. Olympus will continue to sell medical and scientific equipment in the country.
Google's Pixel phones never had the fastest chipset and that was by choice. The original phones used a Snapdragon 821 down-clocked to 820 speeds.
Today, Dell announced a new lineup of OptiPlex and Precision workstations; two OptiPlex, and nine Precision, all outfitted with 10th Gen Intel Core Processors, and most are available with NVIDIA Quadro graphics.
The cities of the world are sick. As the coronavirus pandemic continues, people living in metropolitan areas have been among the worst hit, unable to socially distance effectively and sometimes plagued with preexisting conditions that their cities helped create.
Alienware introduces the AW2521HF gaming monitor is a 24.5" monitor with a native refresh rate of up to 240 Hz and an incredibly fast 1 ms GtG fast IPS response time.
Microsoft surprised Windows users with a new package manager yesterday. It's a command line tool that allows developers, power users, and really any Windows user to install their favorite apps from a simple command.