Trump administration told lawmakers the U.S. government has reached a deal to put Chinese telecommunications company ZTE Corp back in business.
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Sony have announced that the new Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact smartphone are available for purchase from today.
Apple wins its Samsung patent suit again, but it was also revealed that it knew about the iPhone 6 bending issues before the phone was released.
Reports via Bloomberg claim that Essential, the tech company headed by Android creator Andy Rubin, has shuttered plans to develop a second smartphone following poor sales of its debut device.
BlackBerry is gearing up to officially debut a follow-up to last year's BlackBerry KeyONE smartphone
LG Australia have announced local availability and pricing for their new G7 ThinQ smartphone.
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HTC have officially unveiled their 2018 flagship phone, the HTC U12+.
Donald Trump has floated a plan to fine ZTE US$1.3 billion as U.S. lawmakers vowed to keep sanctions that crippled the Chinese telecommunications firm.
Following American President Donald Trump's recent tweets calling for a repeal of the ZTE's seven-year trade ban, a bipartisan committee in the US has unanimously approved an amendment upholding the sanctions.
Just in time for the local launch of the triple-lens-powered P20 Pro flagship device, Huawei has announced that it will be also be bringing the regular P20 to Australian customers.
OnePlus have officially spilled the beans on their 2018 flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 6.
Samsung has expanded its lineup of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ smartphones by adding two new color variants into the mix.
Speaking at Consensus 2018, HTC Vive founder Phil Chen revealed the company plans to bring a 'blockchain-powered' smartphone called Exodus to market.
Touchpal has commited to bringing their own take on Apple's Animojis - called AR Emojis - to users of the company's Android keyboard app in an update later this year.
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