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The head of the underperforming mobile division was expected to be moved out in an annual reshuffle
The deal will let BlackBerry step up its cross-platform push with better security
South Korean game studios showed off content for the Oculus Rift as its developer demoed the latest headset prototype
Xiaomi wants to first focus on India and Indonesia before expanding further
Google still has a little work to do if it wants Lollipop to live up to its potential
Boo-keun Yoon, who heads Samsung's consumer electronics business, could also take charge of the mobile business, a report said
Lollipop's screen pinning feature can help keep your young kids from wreaking havoc on your phone. And it takes just a few moments to set up.
Backed by Microsoft, Apple, BlackBerry, Ericsson and Sony, Rockstar acquired Nortel's patents after outbidding Google
Xiaomi wants to become the top smartphone player in five to ten years
NEC touts the speed and versatility of its Gaziru image-recognition app with the new "Persona" magazine -- which lacks text.
Wish you didn't have to use a passcode to unlock your smartphone at home? If you've got an Android 5.0 device, pretty soon you won't have to.
The company is also expanding internationally, with India its main target
Nokia's new home screen launcher does away with widgets and folders, requiring faith in algorithms instead.
Don't want Android to update your apps behind your back? No problem.
The Exmor RS IMX320 borrows autofocus tech from SLR cameras