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Huawei MatePad Pro, MateBook D try to prove everything is fine

Huawei has once again narrowly dodged the bullet for another three months but that only means its ordeal will have no finality in its ordeal

DJI Mavic Mini – Finally, a Drone That’s City Friendly

The DJI Mavic Mini is a lightweight drone that’s finally making flying in cities more friendly.  When DJI invited us to their DJI Mavic Mini

2019 Aston Martin Vantage AMR First Drive: Paradigm Shift

The manual gearbox is dying. Boomers blame millennials for not wanting to row their own, Libertarians blame big government for expensive certification processes, and Luddites

Winners & Losers: Sexy new Microsoft laptops Surface, UK porn block shrivels up

In a week that’s been pretty busy in terms of new tech launches, Microsoft’s new line of Surface devices have really shone. Meanwhile, the UK

Huawei Mate 30 Pro vs. P30 Pro vs. Mate 20 Pro: How do they compare?

With one of the most impressive spec sheets we’ve ever seen, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro has almost everything you could want in a smartphone,

Winners and Losers: The potential phone of the year we’ve been robbed of… and the iPhone 11 too

Since we’re slap bang in the middle of smartphone launch season, this week’s Winners and Losers column is a mobiles special. Without further ado, I

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is getting a weather feature that Brits will love

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is adding a new feature that we think will go down especially well in the UK. If you like nothing better than

Axon 10 Pro wants to be the beginning of ZTE’s comeback story in the US

The ZTE Axon 10 Pro wants to be the beginning of the Chinese company’s comeback story in the US, one year after the firm’s seven-year

Here’s Our Best Look Yet at the Galaxy Watch Active 2 (Plus an Official Release Date)

Ever since the Galaxy Watch Active impressed us earlier this year, we’ve been curious about Samsung’s follow up to the best Android smartwatch yet (and the most formidable Apple

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 surfaces on FCC

Images of the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 have surfaced on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website, where the government agency posts approval requests sent in by

Apple wants the US government to give the Mac Pro special treatment – here’s how

Apple has requested the US government exempt key Mac Pro  parts from recent trade tariffs with China, following concerns they will radically ramp up the device’s

Huawei Mate 30 Pro render shows 2019 really is all about weird camera arrays

The next entry into Huawei’s Mate series is most likely going to be called the Mate 30, and include a Mate 30 Pro model, with

Huawei Mate 30 Pro render shows 2019 really is all about weird camera arrays

The next entry into Huawei’s Mate series is most likely going to be called the Mate 30, and include a Mate 30 Pro model, with

Honor 20 review

An affordable flagship with a question mark over its future When it comes to buying a new phone, we’re going to bet “good screen” and

Are Huawei laptops safe? Intel, Microsoft promise support, but the future remains uncertain

If you already own a Matebook or Matebook Pro, or are eyeing one on Amazon, here’s what you need to know. As the U.S. Government’s

2020 BMW S1000RR Review – First Ride

The 2020 BMW S1000RR is what happens when government regulations ruin what is otherwise a good motorcycle. If you’ve been paying attention to the S

Huawei’s blacklisting just killed its first product

The US government’s clamp-down on Huawei has produced its first victim, with the Chinese tech firm canceling the launch of an upcoming product over the

2019 Fiat 500e Review

Don’t get too excited about the 2019 Fiat 500e unless you live in California or Oregon. Those are the only two states in which it

Huawei might be safer than an iPhone

Let’s talk about why Huawei’s under fire right now, and why their smartphones aren’t any more dangerous to you than an iPhone. This week I’ve

Galaxy Note 10 to feature super-fast charging, a periscope camera and more: Fast Charge

Welcome to Fast Charge, our weekly column exploring one of the biggest mobile stories of the moment. This week, we’re looking at the latest rumours

Huawei US ban threatens to wreak havoc on Android as well

It’s almost old news by now. The US government, courtesy of an executive order from President Donald Trump, has blacklisted Huawei from buying from or

EE won’t sell Huawei 5G phones: Here’s why

EE has confirmed it will not offer Huawei’s 5G smartphones when the next-gen network goes live at the end of the month, following a series

Google pulls Huawei’s Android license: 5 reasons not to panic (yet) if you own a Huawei phone

The future is unclear. The future just got a little dicey for millions of Huawei fans. Following a Trump administration Executive Order last week that

Huawei P30 and P30 Pro: How will the Google block affect these phones?

With a newly-imposed block upon Huawei at the request of the US government, a question mark looms over the future of the Chinese company’s products and

What Happens to Huawei MateBook Laptops After US Ban?

When Huawei entered the laptop market in 2017, nobody expected the company to rise as quickly as it did. The MateBook X Pro remains one of our favorite Windows 10 notebooks,

Huawei’s Android nightmare just got much, much worse

Google will cut off Huawei’s access to key Android apps and updates, it’s reported, as the Chinese company takes another hit in the US government’s

How long does it take to charge an electric vehicle? How does an EV charge? Plus our EV glossary

Electric vehicles, or EVs, are coming. With recent government policy announcements honing in on a ‘green’ future, there’s some misinformation about charging an EV and

HP recalls 78,500 more laptop batteries because of fire concerns

The recall is an expansion of one previously announced in January 2018. HP has recalled 78,500 batteries used in its laptops and mobile workstations, due

Mandatory plan for auto braking

Australian government signs on to AEB standard for early 2020s Australia is set to make autonomous emergency braking (AEB) a mandatory safety feature for all

New filings hint at production of Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 variations

Previously leaked benchmarks indicated that the yet-to-be-announced RTX 2060 gaming chipsets could be heading to laptops, but there is now more to the story. New government filings