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Yup, Apple is going to crush every Android phone once again with the iPhone X Plus

Something strange is happening right now in the smartphone market: Apple no longer makes the most powerful smartphone in the world. Well actually, we should amend that statement a bit. 706 more words


Shaw completes its first successful 5G tests

Shaw Communications Inc. has announced it’s successfully completed its first 5G technical trials in Calgary, in collaboration with Nokia, CableLabs and Rohde & Schwarz.

5G is the fifth generation of wireless communications, allowing faster internet connections and higher speeds on mobile devices through improvements in connectivity, latency and bandwidth. 324 more words

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Study says iPhone X satisfaction rating is lower than other iPhones - and several Android phones

When it comes to customer satisfaction, Apple products typically tend to do exceedingly well. Case in point: a new research study by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) finds that Apple is the smartphone brand with the highest customer satisfaction rating, coming in slightly ahead of Samsung and well above LG and HTC. 411 more words


Google in court over 'clandestine tracking' of 4.4m iPhone users

Google’s in trouble again over the “Safari Workaround”: the iPhone shakedown for personal information from millions of iPhone users.

In 2012, the workaround got the search giant fined by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for… 462 more words


Razer Phone started to receive a new update

Razer Phone has been announced at 2017 targeting smartphone gamers. Recently Razer smartphone received Android Oreo 8.1 update that not only brought new features to the device but also added Project Treble compatibility. 110 more words


An all-screen Android without a notch is coming just in time for the World Cup

The main smartphone design trend this year is to create all-screen smartphones that look exactly like the iPhone X. Well, almost exactly like Apple’s flagship, as there’s n Android-device that copies the notch, or the phone itself, perfectly. 255 more words


7-nanometer A12 processors for Apple's 2018 iPhones reportedly in production

Apple supplier TSMC has started mass production on the processors for this year’s lineup of new iPhones, according to Bloomberg. The chip, which is expected to be called the A12, could be the first to use a 7-nanometer process in a commercial device, something the technology industry has been working toward for years. 142 more words