Uber has teamed up with electric scooter rental company Lime as it plans to offer a new non-car transportation mode to its customers.
Analysts are claiming that Apple will likely discontinue the iPhone X and iPhone SE this fall.
Apple has quietly enabled USB Restricted Mode in iOS 11.4.1. Here’s what the new feature does.
Latest data showed that LG Display Co. was the world’s largest supplier of AMOLED displays for smartwatches in 2017.
New details confirming the triple-lens back camera of the Samsung Galaxy S10+ have emerged online.
Samsung has stopped providing its budget phones access to its Samsung Pay mobile payment service.
Microsoft’s Windows-based Movies & TV app is reportedly heading to the iOS App Store and Google Play Store.
LG has posted its preliminary earnings for the second quarter. Sadly, its smartphone-manufacturing unit may have once again recorded another operating loss.
Apple has reportedly signed a contract with LG Display to make the latter its second OLED display supplier.
Samsung is now counting on its Galaxy X foldable phone to improve its profit after the disappointing performance of the Galaxy S9.
Industry sources expect ZTE’s smartphone shipments to hit bottom this year amid concerns over its components supply from U.S.-based companies.
The move is seen as Amazon’s attempt at winning the business following the demise of Toys “R” Us.
Hyundai Motor has invested in Australian car rental company Car Next Door to ensure that its cars would be the first “sharing ready” vehicles in the land Down Under.
Amazon, Microsoft and Google are among the companies who are launching new smart speakers in the second half of 2018.
Barnes & Noble has fired CEO Demos Parneros for violating company policies.
A Samsung Messages glitch is causing the app to randomly send photos of users to their contacts.
Apple’s iOS 12 update appears to be hinting at the imminent release of iPad tablets with Face ID.
LG has once again made a big investment in robotics as part of its ThinQ strategy.
Apple is terminating 1,500 employees as it moves away from hardware manufacturing.
A new SD card format will reportedly allow data transfers at almost 1 gigabyte per second.