Key specs and renders of OPPO's upcoming Find X5 Pro have leaked online. The new leak reveals a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, a Hasselblad camera system, and 80W wired charging.
The first official-looking renders of Samsung's Galaxy A53 5G have appeared online. It is tipped to come equipped with a 120Hz display, quad rear cameras, and a 5,000mAh battery.
Google has introduced new features in Search to allow domestic violence survivors to quickly access helpful information and support.
The latest numbers from Counterpoint Research show Apple's iPhone sales in India went up 34% YoY in Q4 2021, allowing it to make $2.09 billion in total revenue.
Sonos reportedly acquired Bluetooth audio startup T2 Software in November to help develop its own headphones.
Indian officials reportedly asked U.S. tech giants to do more to remove “fake news” from their platforms at a virtual meeting held on January 31.
The global version of the OnePlus 10 Pro will not run the new unified OS that OnePlus and OPPO started developing last year.
OPPO, which launched the foldable Find N late last year, is apparently gearing up to launch a new flip folding phone to challenge Samsung.
LG posted consolidated revenue of KRW 74.72 trillion (about $63.16 billion) in 2021, thanks to higher demand for premium TVs and home appliances.
Samsung set a new quarterly profit record in Q4 2021, thanks to solid sales of premium smartphones, TVs, and home appliances.
A new report from Digit suggests the next Nord phone from OnePlus will have a flagship-grade chipset and support 80W wired charging.
Nearly all the key specs of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S22 series have leaked ahead of the phones' February 9 launch.
Google has introduced a new “Topics” API that has been designed to preserve user privacy while ensuring advertisers can continue to show relevant content and ads.
A new leak suggests Motorola is working on a new Android flagship powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 "Plus" chip.
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