The Nokia 6 runs the Android OS and is already on sale in China, but it'll make its debut in the rest of the world at the end of February, almost certainly at the world's largest mobile show.
Once the top dogs in mobile, these two former blue-chip brands want to claw their way to a comeback. But that'll only work if people like you give a fig.
We break down the latest Nintendo console and talk about whether there is hope left for Blackberry or Nokia.
Ten years ago, Nokia and BlackBerry were the hottest names in phones. Now, both are struggling to live another year.
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The Nokia 6 runs on Android and is already on sale in China, but it'll make its debut to the rest of the world at the end of next month, almost certainly at the world's largest mobile show.
For our first podcast at CES 2017, we delve into big trends and new gadgets revealed at the tech show.
CES gave us a taste of the kind of tech we'll see at next month's mega smartphone show, Mobile World Congress.
Hint: It's big, metal and grippy.
The next BlackBerry phone revives a trademark feature.
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The phone brand has clawed its way out of the grave thanks to a Chinese company.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.