Samsung scraps its flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphone less than two months after its launch, dealing a huge blow to its reputation.
Samsung Electronics halts sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, fuelling expectations the tech giant will scrap the flagship device.
Samsung suspends production of its flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphone after reports of fires in replacement devices.
Every hour your smartphone idle in your pocket or bag, the sun is bathing the earth in enough energy to run the world economy for a year.
Cabinet approves a proposal backing “open and shared networks” in its attempt to provide citizens with better internet access.
BlackBerry reports fiscal second-quarter sales that miss analyst estimates and says it will stop making its iconic smartphones.
The authority says it’s doing all it can to protect consumers.
Representatives from major cellphone firms were hauled before a parliamentary committee amid the #DataMustFall outcry.
The European Commission proposes scrapping time limits to next year's abolition of mobile phone roaming charges following ...
Cellphone networks came under fire on social media for their "ridiculously" high data prices on Wednesday evening which lead into Thursday.
Radio personality and businessman T-bo Touch has thrown down the gauntlet with his #DataMustfall campaign.
LG is unveiling the first phone to ship with Google’s new Android Nougat software - aimed at people who like to take and share photos and videos.
Apple has removed the analogue headphone jack from its new iPhone as part of a move toward a wireless future.
Samsung's Note 7s are being pulled from shelves in 10 countries after finding some of their batteries exploded or caught fire.
Battery problem forces Samsung to halt sales of its new smartphone - and prepare replacement devices for phones already sold.