The OnePlus 6 was just caught in use by the company's own CEO

The OnePlus 6 has appeared in a fresh set of hands-on images. There is still just over a week to go before the official unveiling but, thanks to a new set of photographs, the upcoming flagship appears to have been spotted in what seems to have been a public meeting between OnePlus’ CEO Pete Lau and Indian actor Amitabh Bachchan.

From what can be seen, the company’s CEO appears to have chosen the public meeting to unveil the device to Bachchan, with this encounter subsequently being captured and posted on the actor’s official Twitter account. In the images, both white and black variants …

While under oath, AT&T's CEO reveals $15/month TV streaming service for mobile devices

Plenty of strange things have been revealed by people testifying under oath. But what came out of Randall Stephenson’s testimony yesterday might have been a first. The CEO of AT&T, while on the witness stand and under oath in a courtroom, revealed a new AT&T streaming service called AT&T Watch. Designed for those who like to watch streaming television on their mobile devices, this will be a low-cost service priced at $15/month. Unlike the carrier’s DirecTV Now streaming app, which is priced at $35/month, AT&T Watch will not carry any sporting events in order to keep the price down.

Stephenson …

Best Buy's CEO explains why 250 Best Buy Mobile stores are closing

Last month, Best Buy announced that it was shuttering all 250 of its Best Buy Mobile stores by May 31st. If you love mobile devices, you most likely have found yourself browsing inside one of the locations at least once. Best Buy Mobile is usually found inside a shopping mall, and many of them have competition right outside the door in the form of kiosks run by major stateside carriers.

In an interview published on Sunday, Best Buy CEO Hubert Joly explained why he came to the decision to shut Best Buy Mobile. As the executive explained, the stores first opened in 2006 just before the great …

Xiaomi Mi Band 3 inadvertently revealed by CEO

Xiaomi’s CEO has been spotted wearing what appears to be the Mi Band 3. The Chinese company only recently announced its newest gaming smartphone, dubbed the Black Shark, at an event in China. Here, the company’s founder Lei Jun was spotted checking the new smartphone out, but it appears he had a little extra hidden up his sleeve, literally.

As can be seen in the photos, the CEO’s wrists reveal what appears to be an entirely new wearable, similar in form factor to previous Xiaomi Mi Band devices. The device, which is rumored to be the upcoming Mi Band 3, retains the comfortable rubber band …

Apple CEO Tim Cook is creeped out by ads that follow him around the internet

Late last month, Apple CEO Tim Cook commented on the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal. When asked what he would do if he were Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Cook replied, “I wouldn’t be in this situation.” He later stated, “We could make a ton of money if our customer was our product. We’ve elected not to do that.” Zuckerberg hit back calling the Apple executive’s comments “extremely glib.”

On Friday, Cook was interviewed on MSNBC and said that online ads that follow users around the internet are creepy. He said, “To me it’s creepy when I look at something and all of a …

Verizon CEO: 5G phones and devices to have monster battery life

Imagine a future where your phone will have to be charged just once a month. Crazy? Verizon’s CEO begs to differ. While taking part in a panel discussion during a tech conference, he clarified that what 5G networks will bring in terms of added value aren’t crazy high download speeds, as 4G LTE can be fast enough at the moment, too, rivaling home broadband, but low latency, and the ability to handle much more crowded tower connections.

Lowell McAdam pegged that same “drastically lower latency” as the culprit for the leap in battery life, leading to Internet-of-things …

BlackBerry CEO John Chen receives a contract extension to 2023

Has 1,592 days really gone by since John Chen took over as CEO of BlackBerry from Thorsten Heins? Chen, as he promised, continued to push out new handsets until it was obvious that this was not a financially viable survival plan. So the executive made a brilliant move and licensed the BlackBerry name and its version of Android to other companies including TCL. This allowed the company to eliminate its hardware manufacturing business in order to focus on “cybersecurity and embedded software.”

To reward Chen’s turnaround of the company, BlackBerry today extended Chen’s contract by another …

FBI arrests Vincent Ramos, CEO of company alleged to have sold custom BlackBerry handsets to gangs

Phantom Secure is a company known for selling customized BlackBerry models. To make the ‘Berry even more secure than it is out of the box, the camera and microphones are removed and secure messages are sent only through private networks. While certain businesses and politicians might have an interest in such a device, it appears that a percentage of Phantom Secure’s business is conducted with gangs, according to a report published on Saturday.

Papers filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California last week, charge Phantom Secure’s founder and CEO Vincent Ramos with …

Uber CEO slams MIT after study on ride-hailing minimum wages



That’s the meager median wage Uber and Lyft drivers make per hour, according to a paper published by MIT’s Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research that surveyed over 1,000 drivers in the United States. 

The study made headlines this week, revealing that the cost of insurance, fuel, and car maintenance all played a major impact on why those who drive for ride-share companies do not meet minimum wage. 

Despite the compelling findings, Uber’s CEO Dara Khosrowshahi is refuting the study’s results himself, on Twitter of all places.

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Motorola RAZR coming back hints Lenovo CEO

One of the most popular handsets in the history of the cellphone, Motorola sold 50 million RAZR flip phones between 2004 and 2006. Anyone who was anyone had to have the device. While there were smartphones around, it wasn’t until the next year, when Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced something called the Apple iPhone (you might have heard of it) that the smartphone revolution began in earnest. Intelligent handsets soared in popularity, marking the end of the RAZR.

With the return of the Nokia 8110 at MWC bringing a nostalgic feeling to many, Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing talked today with …