If the idea of a phone is more complete with a proper physical keyboard at the bottom, BlackBerry's latest might be for you, and it's coming in models at three price points.
If your kids are pestering you for a Fitbit or an Apple Watch, but you don't see the point of spending all that cash, you may see the point with a different kind of wearable. One that monitors and let's you talk to them.
A week of wearables from Fitbit to family-friendly to Huawei’s watch offering a full week of battery life. That plus early impressions of Samsung’s Galaxy S10 from guest reviewer Alex Choros. All in five minutes.
It's not just Huawei and Samsung that have shown us a foldable phone, with TCL showing something off in that category, too. But TCL owns Alcatel, so does that mean a modestly priced foldable is on the horizon?
Buying a phone with a big screen won't cost an arm or a leg this year, as even the entry-level will see full-view from at least one phone maker.
An Android phone with a fingerprint sensor and a big screen for under $100? It's possible, but you'll need to make a few compromises.