Samsung may be preparing to re-launch the Galaxy Fold at the tail end of June. Turning the device around in just two months would be an impressively quick fix, if the issues are truly resolved.
The FCC began a new round of auctions earlier this year focusing on the upper microwave band, which could be valuable for delivering 5G mobile service.
Google has settled a class action lawsuit alleging serious issues with the first-gen Pixel microphone. Affected owners could get as much as $500 from the company, but the payout will probably be much lower.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp is the most popular messaging platform in the world with more than 1.5 billion active users. That makes it a big target for hackers, and one group reportedly discovered a vulnerability that allowed them to inject malware into phones.
Ookla has published a new 5G map for the entire planet, allowing you to see which areas have coverage and which do not. Right now, in the US at least, almost everyone is in the “do not” column.
It’s the most expensive phone OnePlus has ever made, but it’s also the best. In fact, many reviews are calling it the best Android phone you can buy.
Lightroom for 2019 features a new Texture slider, but the big news is a massive upgrade to its help and tutorial capabilities on both desktop and mobile versions.
After months of discussions with the Chinese government, developer Tencent has replaced PUBG with a government-approved alternative. Now, that game has raked in $14 million in its first three days of operation.
With the deal in danger, Sprint is making it very clear to investors just how dire its situation has become.
Owners of some BMWs have been unable to access CarPlay lately, thanks to an outage in the company’s ConnectedDrive system. That’s a paid service, so owners have essentially paid BMW for the privilege of not using CarPlay in their luxury vehicles.