There’s good news and there’s bad news, all in five minutes. What’s happening to Huawei, and what new gear is on the way? Plus we’ll review a neat pair of headphones that tests your hearing.
A frustrating move by the US now leaves Huawei in a difficult position, and it might not be the only company left in the Trump administration's wake.
It's a bad start to the week if you're Huawei, with Google effectively pulling access to its apps and Android updates for one of the world's biggest smartphone companies.
Not sure if you want to capture a great moment up close for an intimate moment or far away to get the whole thing? Why not do both.
How many cameras does your phone really need? There’s one on the Google Pixel 3a, three on Samsung's Galaxy A50, and five on the Nokia 9 PureView. What’s the new norm? Find out in five minutes.
A relatively short week in tech still has big news, with Intel revealing chips that will likely bring new Macs in the middle of the year. Plus foldable phone woes, pricey headphones reviewed, and more. All in five, all on The Wrap.
Huawei's first attempt at a computer won't be its last, and while the MateBook X impressed, if you're after something smaller, Huawei is hoping its MateBook 13 does the same.
A week of mobiles makes for a real game of phones, as we look at what’s new from Samsung, Xiaomi, and review Huawei’s P30 Pro. All that and more in five minutes on Australia's fastest technology roundup, The Wrap.
There's an inherent fear that new technology could be used to do nefarious things, but some of the claims about Huawei's P30 Pro border on silliness, especially if you haven't used it.