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Among the new phone's upgrades over the Galaxy Note 5 are new iris scanning capabilities, an improved integrated S Pen stylus and a first-ever "Secure Folder" feature.
After trying to battle Didi Chuxing for business in China for 2 years, Uber cuts its losses and sells its China division to its rival.
The new Android-powered tablet has an 8-inch display and is built to be a mobile entertainment hub for users.
The new V20 will be the first smartphone to debut the upcoming Android 7.0 operating system out of the box, according to LG.
The new BlackBerry DTEK50 smartphone drops the company's iconic physical keyboard and features only a touch-screen for users.
The company's Q2 total revenue rose to $9.2 billion from $8.2 billion one year ago, while its customer pool swelled to 67.4 million, up from 63.3 million a year ago.
In addition, the company's net income of $702 million is down 83.4 percent from a year ago, due to charges for pensions, benefits and more.
A decade of quarterly losses continues for Sprint as the company optimistically looks for bright spots in its earnings picture.
A manufacturing defect, which affected only a very small number of phones, has been corrected on the production line, the company said.
In the second quarter, the global smartwatch market fell 32 percent from the same quarter in 2015, marking the first-ever smartwatch shipment decline.
The company brought in $40.52B in revenue and $3.4B in net income, though its consumer mobile service revenue fell from a year ago.