Qualcomm has big plans to bring back ARM to Windows 10 PCs, and there is a chance that its Snapdragon 835 could support Windows Holographic for VR headsets.
As with its cars, Porsche Design loved what it has created with its new Book One 2-in-1, made to challenge Microsoft's Surface Book.
Smartphones with Intel-based x86 chips aren't dead yet. Intel may have stopped making Atom chips for smartphones, but a partner is keeping that effort alive.
In 2017, PCs are still around and on their way to recovery, while slate-style Android tablets are struggling.
Soon, your Samsung phone may be able to recognize your iris and log you into your Windows PC.
Lenovo is working with Amazon to put the Alexa voice assistant in more Moto smartphones, and in the process, looking to depose Google Assistant.
Lenovo says it wants to redefine Android tablets, but you won't find anything spectacular or innovative in its new Tab 4 tablets.
The smartphone world will be rocked with MediaTek's new 10-core Helio X30 chip, which will bring premium features like Google's DayDream virtual reality platform to Android handsets with prices starting at $300.
Samsung's new Galaxy Books amplifies a critical weakness in the company's strategy of using multiple OSes across its devices.
Classic phone brands from yesteryear are coming alive in Barcelona. Nokia, Blackberry and Moto were among the unlikely headline makers ahead of the Mobile World Congress trade show, which starts on Monday.
Years from now, your first autonomous may have a lot of help from 5G networks to cruise the streets safely.
What is Android's next destination? Thanks to Qualcomm, it's going to be used in untethered VR headsets.
Intel's Atom was mostly known as a low-end chip for mobile devices that underperformed. That may not be the case anymore.
With every new generation of smartphone, LTE connections get faster. That's because the devices have faster modems that can transfer data at unprecedented download speeds.
Intel's announcing new modems and cool new uses for 5G in autonomous cars and VR at Mobile World Congress next week.
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