Weekly poll results: the vivo X70 Pro+ looks like a runaway success, the other two are also-rans
The vivo X70 Pro+ is looking like an easy sell, judging by the results from last week's poll.
Four ex-PMs snub Boris Johnson's Chequers dinner with only Theresa May agreeing to go
Four former prime ministers have turned down invitations to a centenary dinner at Chequers - leaving Boris Johnson to host only Theresa May at his country retreat.
Samsung Galaxy A73 Camera Features Tipped Online; First A-Series Phone With 108MP Lens
Samsung Galaxy A72 is a top mid-range device from the South Korean brand that was launched back in March in the country.
This off-road trailer upgrades your adventure experience without compromising on comfort or luxury
We've seen countless off-roading trailers in the past, but the Bruder EXP-8 all set to be released next month is a level higher than the rest.
How big of an upgrade is the new iPad Mini?
With the announcement and impending release of the new iPad Mini and its revamped design, it might be all too easy to stan the new model and completely write off its predecessor.
France Recalls Its Ambassadors To The U.S. And Australia Over A Canceled Sub Deal
PARIS France said late Friday it was immediately recalling its ambassadors to the U.S. and Australia after Australia scrapped a big French conventional submarine purchase in favor of nuclear subs built with U.S. technology.
France recalls US and Australia envoys over submarine deal
Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian says decision justified by exceptional seriousness of announcements' made by Australia and the United States.
Here's exactly how much bigger the iPhone 13 batteries are
We've just gotten our first look at the iPhone 13s' battery sizes, thanks to a product information sheet posted on Apple's behalf to hazardous material information and response company Chemtrec's website ( via 9to5Mac).
Carcass keep their surgical steel sharp on Torn Arteries: Review
The Lowdown: British death metal innovators Carcass helped found the genre in the '80s and expand its boundaries in the early '90s with a series of mostly-excellent and progressively different records, then broke up before getting their due.
Human rights commission says national cabinet should not be covered by secrecy laws
The term national cabinet is "misleading" and extending cabinet secrecy to the intergovernmental body would permanently reduce transparency, Australia's top human rights body has warned.