Users from the US, Canada, Australia and Europe complain their Samsung smartphones do not receive all text messages sent to them
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Apple’s iPhone 8 and iPhone X come with wireless charging, so there’s no need to reach for a cable any more. How does it work, what supports it and is it any faster?
Its fingerprint scanner is awkwardly placed and its very expensive, but the battery, screen, camera and stylus are the best on the market
Customers say recently acquired televisions stopped working after the company sent out an upgrade a week ago
South Korean firm adds dual cameras and infinity screen to stylus-equipped big smartphone flagship to make amends for fire-prone predecessor
Flagship Android smartphone has dual cameras, spatial audio and aluminium body, but will be relying on brand nostalgia to stand out against rivals
Recent updates to iOS and Android contain fixes for Broadpwn, found in chips used in iPhones, Samsung Galaxies and Google Nexus devices
Latest Samsung stylus-equipped Note phablet comes after disastrous Note 7 battery issues that led to two recalls and cost the company billions of pounds
New phone’s feature has been bypassed less than a month after it was shipped to public, adding fuel to debate about biometric security
A massive, beautiful 6.2in QHD+ ‘infinity’ screen, long battery life, powerful performance and future-proofed technology all make for a formidable package
Ahead of its April 28 release, Alex Hern gets an advance look at Samsung’s hottest new smartphone
Brand hopes to win back consumer trust after Note 7 debacle with new phone that’s almost completely bezel-free and includes its new virtual assistant
Sources speaking exclusively to the Guardian reveal details of Samsung’s next flagship smartphone, including an iris scanner, ahead of March launch
Tests on tens of thousands of devices found that both original and replacement batteries were responsible for the phones bursting into flames