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The dearth of storage in smartphones will soon be an issue of the past.
Smartphones with Android and Windows 10 Mobile vastly differ when it comes to business features, as highlighted by new smartphones introduced at MWC.
The bright lights of Las Vegas await AMD, which wants to change the face of gambling with its new graphics-focused G-series chips.
Like laptops, the battery life and responsiveness of wearables will improve over years as the components get smaller and more power efficient.
Samsung had an opportunity to be an innovator by including future-looking technologies in its new Galaxy S7 and and S7 Edge smartphones. But the company played it safe with incremental upgrades like a microSD slot and better camera.
Intel sparked a wireless revolution in 2003 with its Centrino program to connect laptops over Wi-Fi, and now the emerging 5G standard could bring another big change in the way devices communicate.
Acer is venturing outside PCs with new products to make sure car software can be updated in an effort to prevent accidents can be prevented.
Samsung has given gaming and graphics performance a big boost in the new S7 and S7 Edge phones as it attempts to build on its partnership with Oculus and make virtual reality a key application for smartphones.
Lenovo has launched a new mobile broadband service so its smartphone, tablet and PC users can get quick access to the Internet worldwide.
Lenovo packs interesting features into its new Yoga hybrids.
Samsung is releasing the S7 and S7 Edge smartphones with its homegrown Exynos and Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor. What chip will your Galaxy model have?
HP's decision to return to the smartphone market with the Elite X3 wasn’t an easy one, especially given the company's history of failure in the market for handsets.
ARM has been adding a wealth of wireless technologies to its arsenal, but has no immediate plans to design a modem that could be put in mobile devices.
Taking a page from offerings to its large data center customers, Dell is bringing new server infrastructure products to its mid-range hyperscale customers.