Intel's former head of Ultra Mobility, hired Monday to become Qualcomm's chief marketing officer, shows that the San Diego-based chip maker is finally serious about marketing.
Full rollout to reach 38,000 scanners by end of 2013.
A teardown of the Nexus 7 tablet reveals Google is likely to break even on the $199, 8 GB version of its tablet while earning a modest profit on the 16 GB version, priced at $249.
Sprint has become the first U.S. wireless carrier to offer an Ultrabook, which is being sold with a 3G/4G mobile hotspot device at no added cost.
Smartphone will go on sale Thursday, with a two-year service plan.
49% of the smartphone owners said they'd vote for Obama, while 31% said they would vote for Romney.
More than half of tablet adopters are reading books and other media on their tablet screens instead of relying on paper.
The success of the Nexus 7 tablet will depend on Google's ability to bring users to its selection of 400,000 apps and other content through Google Play.
Google may be using Nvidia's new Kai reference design in its highly anticipated Nexus 7 tablet, a move that would bolster the tablet's reported low starting price of $199 without much of a Google subsidy.
Report says RIM could be planning to split off its BlackBerry smartphone.
The carrier's 4G LTE service climbs to 304 markets with an additional launch this week.
As the guessing game begins, analysts say Microsoft must price Surface carefully or the tablet will fail to hook consumers.
LG Electronics says it will put its new tablet development on hold and instead focus on smartphones, now that Microsoft is entering the tablet market.
Samsung to help enterprise IT feel confident about allowing the coming Galaxy S III smartphone on the job.
The Barnes &Noble Nook tablet's Web traffic overtook that of the Kindle Fire for the first time in early June.