New smartphone launches are so ...yawn. In 2019 the flagship smartphone events have made one thing crystal clear - he who owns the ecosystem will rule.
The Samsung Fold has still failed to materialise a month after review devices sent to the media developed major screen and hinge issues. What is next for the Fold?
Macquarie Group has taken the telco giants by surprise with news breaking that it will enter the Australian market as a virtual retailer with a used smartphone and SIM bundle strategy.
Research has shown that screen-time is keeping us at home together more often, but we are not using the extra time to talk to each other.
Ten university students have been arrested in India for playing the PUBG smartphone game, which has been banned by local authorities.
VoicePlus enterprise customers are earning up to $50,000 each mobile fleet refresh by trading in their end of life smartphones, tablets and laptops.
Samsung has stolen the mantle of most innovative smartphone manufacturer with the launch of its first 5G-enabled folding smartphone - the Galaxy Fold - but can we afford it, and will it fit in our pocket?
[UPDATED] Apple has cut production of its three new iPhones - the XS, XS Max and XR - due to lower than expected demand, but insists XR is its best selling iPhone ever.
Apple has admitted hardware quality issues with the iPhone X and some 13-inch MacBook Pro laptops; and offered free fixes.
Samsung has once again trumped Apple innovation by unveiling the world's first foldable smartphone screen - the Infinity Flex - at its annual Samsung Developers' Conference.