Verizon announced today that the LG V50 ThinQ will be available for purchase from June 20. It will be the second 5G smartphone to go on sale through the wireless carrier after the Galaxy S10 5G.
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Palm announced today an unlocked version of its standalone smartphone that debuted in April. The device can be pre-ordered now for $349 and it works with AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and MetroPCS.
Comcast introduced today the Xfinity X1 eye control, a new service designed to help people with physical disabilities navigate their television using only their eyes. The feature is free to use.
Samsung's Galaxy Note9 is beginning to receive a QR scanner and the Night mode treatment for its camera in Germany, after the feature rollout to the Galaxy S10 series in April of this year.
After launching To-Do for pre-order on Mac a week ago, Microsoft is now rolling out the productivity app to the Mac App Store for everyone. It has the same design as its versions on other platforms.
Huawei has delayed the market release of its Mate X foldable phone until September instead of the initially planned launch in June to avoid the same issues affecting the Galaxy Fold.
After years of getting unofficial LineageOS builds, the Essential Phone finally receives official support from the Android-based operating system. The latest nightly build is up for download now.
LinkedIn has unveiled new features meant to provide a more interactive way for users to communicate on the social networking platform. New capabilities include photo tagging, reactions, and more.
Microsoft's Chromium-based Edge browser has been confirmed to be getting a new capability that will allow users to prevent videos on a particular website from automatically playing.
ASUS has confirmed via a post on Weibo that its next-generation gaming smartphone, the ROG Phone 2, will be featuring a 120Hz display. The device is rumored to debut sometime next month.
LG unveiled today two models of its new gaming monitor dubbed the UltraGear. The monitor is claimed to be the world's first 1 millisecond IPS display, featuring a 144Hz refresh rate, among others.
Facebook makes its user data collection more transparent with Study, a market research app available to download in the U.S. and India for now. Participants will be paid as part of the program.
Opera introduced today its new browser intended for gamers. The Opera GX went live for early access only during the E3 event in Los Angeles, with its general release scheduled later this year.
HTC announced two new mid-tier hones today, the HTC U19e and Desire 19+. The U19e will be available for purchase from June 12 for NT$14,900 (~$475) and the Desire 19+ for NT$9,990 (~$319) from July.
Samsung will be bringing its upgraded Galaxy A lineup of smartphones to the U.S. beginning this month, including the Galaxy A50, A20, and A10e. The A50 will be available from June 13 for $349.99.