Android phones can now double as a Fast Identity Online (FIDO) security key for signing into personal and work Google accounts.
Good news: Samsung’s Galaxy S10 5G is available in South Korea. Bad news: Early adopters say it needs to be restarted when it falls off of 5G networks.
The Chinese company is apparently interested in selling Apple the modems for 5G iPhones, but if so, scrutiny of the deal would be off the charts.
Apple is apparently planning to slightly change the sizes of its flagship OLED iPhones in 2019, enabling them to better compete with Samsung’s Galaxy S10.
Who was actually first to launch commercial mobile 5G services? The winner of the U.S. and South Korean race may ultimately come down to a photo finish.
Palm is back as a startup, launching a standalone smartphone under the Palm brand for $200 at Verizon. The device is also available as a companion phone.
Ahead of the upcoming Galaxy S10 5G launch, South Korea has outlined 5G service plans that are affordable but offer limited data.
Last year, there were reasonable concerns that early 5G phones would be thick and expensive. Thankfully, the first 5G phone won’t carry a huge premium.