Sony has announced a trio of smartphones that take advantage of the firm’s high-end digital camera technology as it looks to boost its mobile business.
Nokia has unveiled six new smartphones in one of the firm’s largest launches to date, including an entry-level smartphone costing just £79.
More than 30 games have been added to Apple’s gaming platform in a major update to the service.
Samsung has unveiled its latest “industry-leading” mid-range smartphones as the tech giant looks to appeal to younger users.
Chinese smartphone-maker Oppo has unveiled its latest flagship range of “trailblazing” handsets as the company looks to establish itself in the UK.
Huawei has unveiled its latest foldable smartphone, with the Chinese manufacturer appearing to have taken design inspiration from rival Samsung.
Microsoft’s new foldable Surface Duo smartphone goes on sale in the UK from next week, the firm has revealed.
A public information campaign designed to dispel myths around 5G and ease concerns around the technology has been launched by the mobile industry’s trade body.
Apple is urging iPhone and iPad users to update their devices to fix security flaws that might have been “actively exploited” by hackers.
Three of the UK’s biggest mobile network operators have unveiled plans to build and share more than 200 new mobile masts in an effort to improve phone signal in rural areas.
Samsung’s 2021 flagship smartphones are here, earlier than usual, with the tech giant looking to get a jump on its rivals.
A new Wallace and Gromit adventure uses augmented reality to create a “new form of storytelling”, its creators have said as the story launches as a free app.
Samsung has announced its new flagship S21 series phones, hailing their ability to offer new levels of connectivity and productivity to users.
Samsung has revealed a trio of new flagship smartphones, with the company pushing their 5G and connectivity abilities as the world increasingly takes to remote working and living.
Samsung will unveil its new line-up of flagship smartphones later on Thursday, as experts raise questions about the public desire for premium phones during a pandemic.
In a bumper year for the iPhone, a wider range of models than ever and the introduction of 5G connectivity are just two ways of luring people in.
Chinese phone maker Oppo has unveiled a new concept smartphone which includes a rollable screen as an alternative to foldable devices.
Apple’s “new era” of iPhones have been given a new look and 5G compatibility for the first time, and the first of the new devices show plenty of promise.
Chinese phone maker Xiaomi has announced what it says is the “most affordable 5G smartphone” in the UK, ahead of the first 5G iPhone going on sale this week.
An iPhone feature allowing users to view and store their medical records on their smartphone is being introduced to the UK.
A new TV series is looking for people who are struggling to beat their addictions to their screens.
Huawei has accused the United States of damaging the global technology industry and targeting individual companies after it extended trading restrictions placed on the Chinese firm.
Huawei has been barred from fully using Android for at least another 12 months, after Donald Trump extended his executive order banning US firms from working with companies deemed a national security risk.
Irish people were most concerned about when they could go to the hairdresser as the coronavirus lockdown is eased, according to Google Trends.
Steve Carell has revealed the “atypical” origins of new Netflix series Space Force, saying it was presented to him with “no idea aside from the title”.
Fortnite can be downloaded through the Google Play Store for the first time, after developers blamed Google for putting software not on the platform at a “disadvantage”.
Ricky Gervais has said that After Life is the first of his comedies that has made him to want to make a third series.
Samsung’s 2020 flagship smartphone places the emphasis on the camera, with the top-of-the-range S20 Ultra 5G the biggest and most powerful offering.
Apple has unveiled a new version of its affordable iPhone SE, which will cost £419 when it goes on sale on April 17.
Chinese hi-tech company Huawei has defended its role in the development of 5G in the UK.