Smartphones is racing to catch up with desktop computing power and is not far behind. Samsung debuted a new 10nm design which would allow for double-speed LPDDR4 memory in smartphones, in capacities up to 8GB.
PowerColor finally made available its external graphics dock called Devil Box. The device supports a number of cards from AMD and Nvidia while adding ports to a connected desktop or laptop. The enclosure is based on AMD's XConnect tech.
Google has released the Android 7.1 Nougat developer preview for eligible devices including the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, with support for more devices to come in November. Here's everything you need to know.
Mobile processor maker Qualcomm will no longer keep its patent battle with Meizu in China, as the company filed actions in the U.S., France, and Germany over an alleged lack of licensing on Meizu's part.
Is it too soon to start making jokes about the Galaxy Note 7's misfortunes? Not for Chris Kiley, who has come up with a Halloween costume that has us laughing, but probably won't do the same at Samsung headquarters.
LeEco is finally coming to the U.S. The Chinese company held a launch event in San Francisco to unveil the LePro3 and LeEco S3 phones, four TVs, a streaming service, and its concept electric autonomous car.
A new car brand called Lynk & Co has just debuted in Berlin, Germany. The company’s first vehicle is a Volvo-based SUV appropriately dubbed the 01, and it’s designed to be the most connected, shareable car in the world.
During LeEco's press conference, the company revealed its intention in bringing its ExploreVR headset to the U.S. It will be compatible with the company's ecophones, following in the footsteps of Samsung and its Galaxy VR ecosystem.
Spanish phone manufacturer Zetta is under fire after users noticed that several of its phones appeared to be repurposed Xiaomi phones. Zetta has denied the accusations, but some are calling for an investigation.