Huawei's latest true-wireless earbuds sound great, but they have a few downsides that make them hard to recommend to most people.
In today's top stories, the FCC proposes further limitations against Huawei and ZTE, Snapchat removes its controversial speed filter and Boeing's 737 Max 10 completes its first flight.
The Mate X2 gives you the ability to carry a full-size tablet in your pocket.
We spent some time with the Mate X2, Huawei's third-generation foldable phone. Here are our first impressions.
US investments in these companies are prohibited.
The Harmony operating system is Huawei's biggest move yet to recover from the damage US sanctions inflicted on its mobile business.
Phone-makers are trying to figure out what to do next with phone cameras. Samsung and Oppo have opposite ideas.
Consider the Band 6 if you're looking for a versatile sub-$100 fitness tracker.
A federal judge temporarily lifts a Defense Department ban on US investments in the China-based phone maker.
Commentary: Phones have gotten boring, and foldables offered a glimmer of potential excitement. It didn't last.
Cristiano Amon, incoming CEO of chipmaker Qualcomm, warns in an interview with CNET that the shortage may not end until late 2021.
The Chinese company has been the target of US sanctions since the Trump administration, and it's looking to diversify its doings.