Will we ever know what was truly behind the spurious rumor iPhones would talk to satellites?
The new iPhone 13 models could have better 5G than the iPhone 12 did, and that's good news for Android fans too. Here's why.
The NFL’s location-based broadcast restrictions make it unnecessarily difficult for football fans across the country to stream their favorite team’s games. As a result, some will turn to piracy.
We'll be testing from Halifax to Victoria to see how six Canadian carriers' networks compare.
In our annual countrywide drive test of carriers, we crowned a new winner for the first time in 12 years. What I'm most proud of, though, is that we show more of our work than our competitors do.
For all its experience, Amazon doesn't really understand shopping and, more importantly, shoppers.
I knew it wasn't real. I suspected what he was doing. And now he's been charged with fraud.
Samsung’s flipping and folding phones are not only novel, but beautiful and powerful. Could this killer combo help Samsung snag market share from Apple?
NortonLifeLock is merging with Avast, which already owned AVG. Add this to Norton’s Purchase of Avira in 2020, and it looks like consolidation is running rampant. How worried should we be that the days of free antivirus are numbered?
Apple’s efforts to curb the spread of child sexual abuse materials on its platform do more to protect Apple than to stop abuse.
Google revealed the chip in its upcoming Pixel 6, a CPU called Tensor that focuses on AI and machine learning. If other chip-makers follow suit, it may be a setback for 5G.
Our new methodology allows for more up-to-date numbers to be published year-round, and produces an unexpected result.
Microsoft needs to lean into the inclusive, innovative spirit that made the original XAC a must-have accessory and wow us again with a second-gen XAC.
Foldable phones require lots of data, and their big, beautiful screens can showcase all the things 5G can do.
As we begin to emerge from the pandemic, let’s take a moment to thank gaming for providing a passport for places no one could lock down.
With no specs available, we'd put money on it being an overpriced OEM Android phone running a skin. Americans who really want freedom and privacy can do better.
Bell? Rogers? Telus? Change horses on the wireless carousel for more data per dollar.
Amid merges, leaks, and alarming news stories, the phone maker's communications are careening.
We're putting our drivers on the road next week for our first nationwide mobile network speed test since 5G blanketed the US.
The Amazon Appstore is a sad dollar-store of forlorn Android apps.