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During President Trump’s Senate impeachment trial, Senators are banned from using their phones or any other electronics
The rules of Trump's impeachment trial have been set — and they include a provision that bars Senators from using smartphones or other electronics.
The OnePlus 7T is a smartphone that comes at a reasonable price and includes all the features. We tested the phone to see if it's worth the price.
As smartphones became more popular, more people were sent to the hospital after dropping their phones on themselves, study finds
There were more than 76,000 phone-related head and neck injuries nationwide from 1998 to 2017, a new study estimated.
An increasingly popular smartphone you’ve never heard of is launching in Singapore for S$469 – and its 64MP camera is as good as DSLRs
The smartphone takes only 80 minutes to fully charge, and will be available in Pearl White and Pearl Blue colours.
Adobe just released a new AI-powered smartphone camera app that edits photos in seconds, Adobe’s CTO explains why
Adobe released a new smartphone app called Photoshop (Ps) Camera that relies on artificial intelligence to edit photos automatically.
Both will be priced from S$6.98 per month in Singapore.
The OnePlus 7 Pro is proof that you don’t have to spend a lot of money for a smartphone — $600 buys you top-of-the-line specs
The OnePlus 7 Pro offers almost everything you would expect from a top-of-the-line smartphone at a much lower price. Here's why we recommend it.
Huawei sold over 58 million phones in the past 3 months – but Samsung sold 77 million, remains world #1
The Chinese giant suffered a "significant loss of momentum" in overseas markets due to the US' blacklist in May.
Huawei's chairman, Liang Hua, said that the US trade ban had affected Huawei but that its effects were "controllable."
Samsung’s wildly ambitious $2,000 folding phone that was breaking on people after days of use is finally set to arrive in September — here...
In a few days in April, Samsung's $1980 foldable smartphone went from promising concept to PR nightmare. Months later, it's still not out.