The Galaxy Fit 3 has been visiting various regulatory bodies, and we've learned more about it along the way.
Google has issued a "specialized solution" for those who can't get into their devices to update their software.
We haven't even had a proper look at the Apple Vision Pro 1 yet, but we're excited to see what's next.
Here's our regular recap of the week's tech stories, in case you haven't quite kept up with everything that's gone on.
A new report suggests that Amazon is building its own operating system, codenamed Vega, from the ground up.
The Disney Plus and Hulu app merger is still on schedule, even as the former hits the 150 million user milestone.
Analysts are predicting that Samsung will launch a less expensive foldable phone at some point next year.
Google has come up with a solution for the recently reported issues, but some users are likely to lose data.
Transsion is now the fifth biggest smartphone manufacturer – but you probably can't buy any of its phones.
As the OnePlus 12 launch gets closer, there are rumors and official teasers about what we can expect.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 doesn't have an integrated slot for an S Pen, but the Galaxy Z Fold 6 might.
It looks like two different processors will be involved, including a custom version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3.
There aren't many ChromeOS 2-in-1s around, but it looks as though Lenovo might be making another one.
There are reports of problems with the Pixel 8 Pro's always-on display, but Google is working on it.
Mixing multiple users and Android 14 isn't going well at all, but Google now says that fixes are on the way.
Google has updated the way that Bard responds to your queries, though you can go back to the old way of working.
There's now more evidence than ever that the Samsung Galaxy S24 handsets will show up in January 2024.