The fourth quarter of 2017 brought the first decline in smartphone sales since 2004, as shipments of both leaders Samsung and Apple dropped late last year. Data provided by Gartner indicates that total sales in Q4 dropped 5.6 percent as compared to the same period the year before to 408 million units, and despite the declining performance of Apple and Samsung, Huawei

Samsung will take the wraps off the Galaxy S9 on February 25, and while we already knew pretty much everything about the device, what we didn’t actually know was the pricing. But information published by serial leakster Evan Blass reveals how much the Galaxy S9 is going to cost in Europe when it goes on sale later this month (pre-orders only; the device will ship in

A day after releasing the third beta of its upcoming iOS 11.3, macOS High Sierra 10.13.4, and tvOS 11.3 operating systems, Apple seeded today the third watchOS 4.3 beta to registered developers. The watchOS 4.3 beta 3 release is tagged as build 15T5187e and it can be downloaded via Over-the-Air (OTA) updates or by installing the profile from the Downloads section of

Apple released today the third beta builds of its upcoming iOS 11.3, macOS High Sierra 10.13.4, and tvOS 11.3 operating systems, which are now available for registered developers through the company’s Apple Developer website. Coming almost two weeks after the second betas, today’s iOS 11.3 beta 3 (15E5189f), macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 beta 3 (17E160e), and

Apple kept its promise to fix the infamous character bug that could cause certain messaging apps to crash an iPhone, Apple Watch, Apple TV, or Mac device when it was received with new stable updates for its iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS operating systems. The iOS 11.2.6 (15D100), macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 Supplemental Update (17D102 / 17D2102), tvOS 11.2.6 (15K600),

Sales of the iPhone X are said to be well below expectations, but despite this negative analysis, Apple performed strongly during the fourth quarter of 2017, beating estimates and posting a substantial growth YoY. Strategy Analytics claims Apple dominated the smartphone world in Q4 2017, as smartphone revenue for the quarter totaled $61.4 billion, up from $54.2 billion

Samsung will continue to be the world’s number one smartphone manufacturer in 2018, according to an in-depth forecast from TrendForce, but the company is likely to fall throughout the year. Apple, instead, will continue growing, getting closer to the South Korean rival, and together with Nokia, will drive the smartphone market forward this year. The smartphone growth

Apple’s new iPhone X is causing headaches and eye strain to a number of customers due to the implementation of Pulse Width Modulation (PWM), a technology that causes the display to flicker at varying frequencies depending on the brightness level. While PWM has been causing similar problems to sensitive users for a while, this is the first time iPhone X owners are reporting

If there’s something we learned in the last couple of years about smartphones, it’s that we should always keep an eye on them, especially when charging, as the current battery technologies that are being used could catch fire at any moment, eventually posing as a threat to our lives. And now it turns out we should do the same thing with headphones given this new

Samsung is getting ready to take the wraps off the new Galaxy S9, but judging from the leaks that happened recently, only small changes are going to happen in terms of design. At least when viewed from front. The South Korean firm, however, was one of the first to bet big on edge-to-edge phones, and naturally, it’s also one of the first trying to push this concept