Today at CES 2019, Lenovo introduced the first Google Assistant-equipped Smart Clock. Last year, we had Smart Displays. This year, it looks like the Assistant will …
No word on pricing, but it’s gonna be expensive.
As it turns out, a bad economy and dirt-cheap battery replacements will keep people from buying iPhones.
Not much else to say, however.
New renders include Motorola’s famous pin system on the back, indicating Mods aren’t going anywhere.
A new “mobile product” is on its way to replace it, according to Essential.
This $1,000 phone is an absolute beast, and it’s the beast fans of the smartphone series have been waiting for.
New mid-range Google phones are apparently on their way.
A new “5G E” icon will start appearing next year, but it’s not what you think at all.
Replacing one button with a gesture is stupid.
C.A.P.S., Royalty45, and more.
Change your manufacturing process, Apple. I mean, come on.
That’s a lot of random access memory.
Y’know, two months later.
OnePlus’ latest flagship packs everything you need for a great Android smartphone, and it only costs $549.
A screen protector for the device suggests this could be a movie-watcher’s dream phone.
The feature’s rolling out earlier than expected.
It costs just $79.99.