Samsung is officially brining its popular Galaxy A lineup to the United States this year, starting with the Galaxy A50, A20, and A10e. Arriving next week, here’s what you need to know about Samsung’s latest budget portfolio.
ACLU claims US border officials are abusing powers to search smartphones and laptops
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) claims that US border officials are abusing the powers granted to them to search smartphones and laptops.
The ACLU was granted the right to review records and interview officials in order to pursue a lawsuit on behalf of eleven clients whose phones and laptops were searched when returning to the USA. Ten of the clients are US citizens, while the other has permanent resident status …
December 31, 2018
Nokia 9 PureView leak of press images seemingly confirm 5 cameras, in-display fingerprint reader
The latest flagship from HMD Global, the Nokia 9 PureView, with its odd trypophobia-inducing rear camera array has leaked yet again, this time in press renders. These renders showcase the rear and drop a massive hint that the Nokia 9 PureView will also include an in-display fingerprint reader.
December 21, 2018
Samsung may deliver Google Assistant on its 2019 Smart TVs
Samsung may be pushing its Bixby assistant on various products, but according to a new report, Google Assistant will be built into the company’s next generation of smart TVs. The partnership may be revealed as early as next month at CES 2019.
December 18, 2018
[Update: Likely not] LG reportedly bringing a foldable smartphone to CES 2019
CES is a yearly show where companies try to show off the latest and greatest technology, but it’s becoming less and less about new smartphones. For 2019, though, it’s being reported that the show will deliver the first LG foldable phone, possibly beating Samsung to the punch.
November 5, 2018
Since Google has been stepping further into its own hardware, the company has also been hosting its own events to launch new devices. However, at CES last year, the company made its presence felt in a big way with a booth and tons of partner interaction. Now, we’ve discovered that Google CES 2019 plans are on, and the company is doubling down on footprint at the show.