Three quarters of smartphones will have AI chip by 2022

The number of smartphones equipped with dedicated AI processors will jump from 190 million to 1.25 billion in 2022 – meaning three quarters of all devices shipped that year will likely have on-board intelligence. Most smartphones currently sold have at least one AI-enabled feature, such as intelligent imaging, facial recognition or

Samsung Galaxy Fold release date, news and features

The Samsung Galaxy Fold gave us our first real taste of a foldable phone when it launched on February 20, 2019. Arriving alongside a trio of new Galaxy S10 handsets, the Fold arguably stole the show as Samsung showed off the dual-screen, flexible display-toting handset for the first time. The Galaxy Fold is the

The Samsung Galaxy Fold has a durability problem

The Samsung Galaxy Fold is an ambitious foldable phone, but one with mounting durability problems, according to a handful of press who got early access to it. We've seen a total of five broken Fold screens – four in which it isn't working at all and one instance in which half

What is 5G? Everything you need to know

5G networks are the next generation of mobile internet connectivity, offering faster speeds and more reliable connections on smartphones and other devices than ever before. Combining cutting-edge network technology and the very latest research, 5G should offer connections that are multitudes faster than current connections, with average download speeds of around

Sony Xperia L3 review

There are some devices shown off at MWC that are headline grabbers, doing the big things and pulling in attention. Then there are the lower-range devices, using older technology to hit a lower price point, that many people will probably buy instead. That's where the Sony Xperia L3 fits in. The predecessor, the

Best Mac 2019

The new MacBook Air, not to mention macOS Mojave and a new Mac mini are all finally here, and the best Macs have never been better. And, if you want to get your hands on one of the best Macs, keep in mind that specs, performance and design mean way more in how

Philips OLED+ 903 (65OLED+903) review

When Philips announced its OLED 803 television back in February, it marked a notable turn away from the company's high-end LCD range to the promise of OLED’s superior displays. It was surprising, sure, but the 803 wouldn't be the only OLED from the European arm of Philips - we'd also be treated

Nokia 5.1 review

If you’re after the best design and screen you can get for under £150, the Nokia 5.1 is it. The rest of the specs are fine, but it really is how this phone feels and looks that make it stand out in a crowd of entry-level Android smartphones. Available in two

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