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  1. An unidentified man using a smart phone walks through London's Canary Wharf financial district

    Global smartphone output to plunge by record 16.5% in June quarter: Market research firm

    Global smartphone production is expected to slump a record 16.5per cent to 287 million phones in the June quarter from a year earlier as the ...
  2. Oppo Lead

    OPPO Find X2 Pro 5G: An Android phone with no compromises

    From its 6.7-inch QHD+ screen running at 120Hz to its triple-lens periscope camera with 10x hybrid zoom, this is an Android phone that aims to ...
  3. Huawei P40 phones

    Huawei launches its P40 phones – and you can now erase pesky photobombers

    After last month’s Mate Xs comes the smartphone giant’s triple launch – and aside from the new AI trick, the P40 phones also have a sleeker ...
  4. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip

    Hands-on review: Is the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip worth the S$1,998 price tag?

    After last year’s Galaxy Fold comes this second-gen foldable – this time with foldable glass. CNA Lifestyle flipped it open to find out more.
  5. Mate Xs_6_mod

    First look at Huawei's new foldable Mate Xs and MatePad Pro tablet

    The Chinese tech giant pushed through with its Barcelona launch with new flagship products: A second-gen foldable phone, a new tablet and the ...
  6. Could 2017 be smartwatches' turn to be a hit with the general public after years being seen as

    Commentary: The Apple Watch is coming for the watch industry

    The success of smartwatches follows the cliche of software eating hardware, as we have seen with cameras, calculators and DVDs, says the Financial ...
  7. Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip

    Samsung launches Galaxy Z Flip, three S20 phones – including an Ultra version

    CNA Lifestyle was in San Francisco, where the Korean company brought back the clamshell style, decided to upsize its latest phone, and said ...
  8. Phubbing social media smartphone (1)

    Commentary: Six signs of problematic smartphone usage common in children, young adults

    A quarter of children and young people show signs of problematic smartphone usage, say two experts.