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Nokia says phone manufacturing is out, but that doesn't mean it won't license designs to other companies.
Alibaba's YunOS is still struggling to become mainstream in China
Workers in the cloud can train machine learning tools to take over monitoring tasks
The company has lowered its revenue guidance for 2015
Huawei is confident it can fend off the competition from rival Chinese brands
Dowell can be used with assistive devices such as head-tracking sensors
With an app called Sound Tap, striking your phone on objects or tapping it can trigger various functions
Huawei faces growing competition from local and foreign players in China's cloud computing space
Smartphones could have more features and battery as Qualcomm looks to Samsung to make the Snapdragon 820 using the 14-nanometer process.
Acoustruments are Disney's add-on tactile controls for mobile devices that use some of the basic principles as a wind instrument. And they're pretty weird.
But don't get too excited, as the follow-up OnePlus 2 will launch with the 'beloved' invite system, the company says.
It looks like Nokia may be serious about a post-Lumia comeback.
It's debuting overseas for now, though a 'worldwide' launch is promised at some point down the road.