We've been expecting LG's G8X ThinQ to turn up for a few months and, true to form, the company has not disappointed. The G8X will be landing in South Africa from next month and we've got pricing and other details for you.
We’ve been waiting for news concerning Motorola’s new RAZR smartphone. The device is supposed to be a retro(ish) take on the company’s old faithful (and best-selling) RAZR handset, one with a folding display if rumour has it right. We don’t have to wait on rumour any more, though. That’s because Motorola has sent out invitations for its new handset. The date? 13 Novem...[Read More]
Today, Rwandan smartphone company Mara Group opened its second factory in Africa. And here are the Mara devices it'll produce.
Welcome to the next round of the rumour mill. This time we’ve got details on the iPhone SE2, like when we'll see it and what specs to expect.
The whole world waited in anticipation to see what Huawei will do about it losing access to Google apps and Android. Then they found and removed a backdoor method.
This week in Light Start, Facebook plans to hide likes, SpaceX has a new spacecraft, the Galaxy Fold still has problems and WhatsApp will stop working on these devices.
Research and development and, crucially, rumours about R&D don't take breaks. That's why we're talking about Samsung's Galaxy S11 already. This is a phone we're only likely to see in 2020, at (or just before) Mobile World Congress 2020.
Light Start - Sideloading Google into the Mate 30 Pro, China's underwhelming response to the iPhone 11, Cool Ideas is DDoSed, and Pinkman is back.
We're expecting Samsung's Galaxy Fold smartphone/tablet to land any day now, and Samsung obviously feels the same way. It isn't releasing videos on how to look after your brand-new piece of folding tech for the fun of it, after all.