Global smartphone shipments will reach a modest five million units in 2019, according to Strategy Analytics, with early 5G smartphone models expensive and available in limited volumes. Samsung, LG and Huawei will be the early 5G smartphone leaders this year, followed by Apple next year.
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How good is the camera in the Huawei P30 Pro smartphone? I've had it now for just under a month, shooting relentlessly to find out.
Apple is expanding its recycling programs, quadrupling the number of locations U.S. customers can send their iPhones to be disassembled by Daisy, its recycling robot.
Voice control is already quite popular in the home, but it is quickly gaining steam in the car, too, as consumers hope to use services like Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple Siri while on the road as well.
If you have been eager to see the LG G8 ThinQ smartphone since you first heard about it from Mobile World Congress in February, you'll be able to do just that, as the smartphone is now officially available in Canada.
At AXPONA Expo in Chicago, Lenbrook International has announced the release of versinoo 3.4 of its BluOS high-resolution distributed audio and music management platform.
Remember a time when smartphones were actually used for tasks like receiving and making phone calls, messaging, surfing the Web, and even playing with apps? That's still the case today. But the most important feature by far has become the camera.
Samsung Canada is expanding its line of tablets with two new models, the Galaxy Tab S5e, which features a Super AMOLED in the company's slimmest tablet to date, and the Galaxy Tab A, which offers access to a special section with child-safe content.
There's a trade-off when it comes to the conveniences and personalization benefits we enjoy today thanks to tech. We can acquire tons of loyalty points with retailers, receive targeted advertisements, get discounts on items that we need (or want), and enjoy an overall customized experience from the brands we love. But it all comes at a price.
The middle model in Samsung's new Galaxy S10 line-up hits all the right notes.
Cutting the cord. It describes our desire to shift away from expensive linear television service packages with thousands of channels to a curated selection of content through a subscription-based over-the-top (OTT) service. Streaming TV has been on the rise, and Netflix is the constant. But other services have come (and gone). And now, Apple wants in.