The BlackBerry 5G dream is officially dead as Onward Mobility shuts down
Google's AR support document accidentally reveals eight unannounced Android OEM phones

Google's AR support document accidentally reveals eight unannounced Android OEM phones

Google has already revoked the list after catching the slip-up, but several sites have seen the contents.
Deal alert: The non-mainstream, sub-S$1k, 55-inch 4K Android TV edition

Deal alert: The non-mainstream, sub-S$1k, 55-inch 4K Android TV edition

While, Samsung, LG, Sony, Philips etc make great TVs, there are other alternatives out in the market.
TCL announces AiPQ Engine Gen 2 AV processor for smart TV makers at IFA 2020

TCL announces AiPQ Engine Gen 2 AV processor for smart TV makers at IFA 2020

The new chipset can help upscale non-4K content to 4K quality and uses the TV's microphones to sense ambient noise to balance audio and volume.
A 5G-ready BlackBerry phone with Android and physical keyboard is slated for H1 2021
TCL to stop selling BlackBerry-branded phones in August

TCL to stop selling BlackBerry-branded phones in August

BlackBerry and TCL will end their partnership in August 2020.
China-based TCL also has a 75-inch 8K QLED TV
TCL's 2017 Roku 4K TVs also support Dolby Vision HDR

TCL's 2017 Roku 4K TVs also support Dolby Vision HDR

TCL has announced its newest 4K HDR Roku TVs at CES 2017. Coming under the company's C, P, and S series, these new TVs all have a heavy focus on image quality, with the C and P series supporting both HDR10 and Dolby Vision HDR formats.
BlackBerry licenses brand to Chinese manufacturer TCL Communication

BlackBerry licenses brand to Chinese manufacturer TCL Communication

BlackBerry and TCL Communication, a Chinese electronics manufacturer have agreed to a long-term global licensing agreement that will see TCL design, manufacture, sell, and support all future BlackBerry-branded mobile devices.
Dolby Vision HDR is now on LG's and TCL's high-end 4K TVs

Dolby Vision HDR is now on LG's and TCL's high-end 4K TVs

Bet you didn't know that Dolby has its own HDR format.