Apple has released previews of a number of new emoji due to be rolled out later this year – including a range of disability-themed designs – to mark World Emoji Day.
Facebook is to begin releasing experimental apps to the public as part of new product development plans.
Google has taken the surprise step of confirming that leaked images claiming to be of its next Pixel smartphone do in fact show the new device.
Facebook has launched a new app which will pay users to allow the social network to collect data on how people use their device and the apps downloaded to it.
Anyone who thought 3D smartphones were dead and gone, think again, as Rokit has decided to launch two handsets.
Google has said it will start giving European Union smartphone users a choice of browsers and search apps on its Android operating system, in changes designed to comply with an EU antitrust ruling.
A sensor that connects to a smartphone could help prevent millions of people from drinking water contaminated by arsenic.
Scientists have blended a mobile phone to dust to conduct a chemical analysis of what it contains.
Chinese tech giant Huawei has announced plans for a next-generation smartphone that will use its own technology instead of US components, manoeuvring to gain a competitive edge and sidestep complaints it is a security risk.
Chinese smartphone brand Honor is poised to launch one of the UK’s first “hole punch” style smartphones, as device-makers look to evolve from the Apple-famed notch design.
Sportswear giant Nike has teased its first self-lacing basketball trainers, which the company has suggested will be controllable from a smartphone.
An inquiry into the impact of immersive technologies such as virtual and augmented reality has been launched by a House of Commons select committee.
Sharp is taking the notch trend to the next level on its newest smartphone by adding a second to the bottom.
A new tiny companion device for your smartphone, billed as a wearable that will help you refrain from using your main handset, is set to launch in the UK.
Google has unveiled a slew of new products as it continues to take on the likes of Apple, Samsung and Amazon.
Android is always a tough operating system to review because it varies so widely on every device it comes into contact with.
Fortnite’s creators are trying to resolve an issue affecting some Android devices running the game’s newly released beta.
A fifth of British adults now spend more than 40 hours a week online and most say they are dependent on their digital devices, according to Ofcom findings.
Huawei has overtaken Apple to become the second largest smartphone maker in the world by market share, according to the latest figures.
The quality of the photos you take on your smartphone could dramatically improve from next year, after Sony announced the creation of an image sensor said to be the highest quality that can fit into a phone.
Radiation from smartphones could be affecting memory performance in teenagers, a new study has warned.
If you’re always dropping your phone, you’ll be aware of the horrible feeling of seeing a cracked smartphone screen.
Chinese phone maker Oppo has revealed its newest smartphone, one that includes a novel alternative to the 2018 problem of fitting the front camera around a large screen – a pop-up camera.
BlackBerry is back with a brand new smartphone, complete with a dual-rear camera system for the first time and its traditional physical keyboard.
Emojis could be used to live monitor the progress of cancer patients, according to new research.
HTC has unveiled its latest smartphone as the Taiwanese firm tries to keep pace with the industry’s giants.
The new OnePlus 6 has a clear aim: to offer a genuine alternative to the Apple and Samsung phones of this world, but at almost half the price.
The OnePlus 6 wants to replace your Apple or Samsung phone and save you money in the process.
Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has unveiled its latest flagship phone to challenge Apple and Samsung – one that is priced significantly lower than its rivals.
Average broadband speeds in the UK are on the rise, according to new research from Ofcom.