The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops announced the resignation of its top administrative official for allegations of "possible improper behavior."
The Chinese electronics company's sales grew by 83 percent in Q2 2021 compared to Apple's 1 percent growth.
An investigation was launched after a "series of suspicious transactions" involving an in-store scanning app was spotted by Walmart's loss prevention team.
Lokesh Daga says he is unable to return the smartphone Amazon mistakenly sent him instead of a package of mouthwash because the company considers his order to be a "consumable product."
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The tech giant has filed a patent application that describes a screen configuration with a "self-healing" layer that could smooth out scratches, dents, and other types of damage.
He checked his phone's gallery after finding the device in the jungle and discovered dozen of photos of a monkey.
LG has unveiled an extraordinary smartphone that incorporates two screens and a popup selfie camera.
Apple is holding a virtual launch event today, where it looks set to unveil several new products, including a new Apple Watch and iPad Air, and iOS 14.
Android finally has an in-built screen recorder, something that users have been clamoring for, and there's plenty more besides.
Chinese phone maker Vivo has demonstrated a mobile that can change color at the touch of a button.
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As terrestrial sources dwindle, contractors are looking to the ocean for the elements needed to make smartphones and electric car batteries.
The Chinese owned application, which is viewed with suspicion by some U.S. politicians, has been deemed unsafe by top officials at the Navy - but it remains unclear just what the dangers may be.
"The FBI considers any mobile application or similar product developed in Russia, such as FaceApp, to be a potential counterintelligence threat," the agency said in a letter to a Sen. Chuck Schumer.
iPhones, Galaxy and Pixel smartphones are on offer at the biggest retailers and carriers this year.
We look at a range of Black Friday discounts being offered at Best Buy including for video games, phones, laptops and cameras.
On Wednesday, wireless carrier Verizon announced the new Razr would be available for pre-order starting December 26 before hitting store shelves on January 9. The revamped phone—which originally launched in 2004—was priced at $1500.
"The bug is a local privilege escalation vulnerability that allows for a full compromise of a vulnerable device," warned Project Zero researcher Maddie Stone.
The alarm about social media and smartphones warping political systems worldwide is well-founded. But their role in undermining economies is overlooked.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus is powerful, water resistant and includes five different cameras.
"It looks like we are not going to do business," Trump said, adding to confusion surrounding the future of the Chinese tech giant, which was added to a U.S. trade blacklist in May.
"If you didn't trust Huawei hardware running Android then you aren't going to trust Huawei hardware running their own operating system," one cybersecurity expert told Newsweek.
"Every time you use your gadget, whether you like it or not, whether you turn on your location or not, somebody can find out exactly where you are, exactly what your interests are and exactly what you are scared of," Patriarch Kirill said.
The science on the risks of prolonged exposure to cellphone radiation remains inconclusive.