The iPhone 12 lineup is the first from Apple to offer 5G, and there's a lot to be confused about.
In today's top stories, Qualcomm gets a license to sell to 4G chips to Huawei, Apple's new computers come with an M1 chip and DoorDash reveals its numbers.
The company has integrated its first chips for Macs across its computer lineup. And the devices sport long battery life.
That's thanks to MediaTek's new 5G processor that will power sub-$250 prepaid smartphones.
Despite what Apple says, we're not sure we even need 5G at the moment. But iPhone 12's 5G support will at least future-proof your phone.
There's very little different about the new Surface Pro X update, but the computer industry is slowly coming around to Arm-based PCs.
With promotions, TCL's 10 5G UW can be as low as $40.
With all the marquee phones in the industry getting 5G, the next-generation wireless technology has hit mainstream. This is what it means for you.
After boasting 4Gbps download speeds last week, Verizon is showing that its 5G can go even faster.
No, your current iPhone won't work on superfast 5G networks. But Apple's new lineup -- four devices in total -- will.
TruePic has developed technology that can be embedded in Qualcomm mobile chips to authenticate images from the moment they're taken.
The Korean tech giant's $700 phone -- $300 less than the regular S20 costs -- comes as the pandemic prompts demand for less expensive devices.