Wearable devices present an opportunity for chip makers to use technologies that may have not been successful to date, says an analyst.
Besides its newly unveiled smartwatch mobile chip vendor Qualcomm is investing in mobile services to help drive demand for its processors, including streaming music with Rhapsody and "microlocation" deals with the Miami Dolphins.
Smart phone leader HTC is expanding its device lineup in time for IFA 2013.
Xiaomi is a name that few Americans have heard, but if this Chinese company continues to progress and scoop up talent like Hugo Barra, it could soon become a household name on our shores.
The line between e-commerce and entertainment is blurring again: Amazon today is launching a system that lets developers sell physical products through third-party Android apps. To put it another way, consumers will be able to buy stuff from Amazon from within an app on their Android phone without taking the trouble to visit Amazon’s storefront.
Qualcomm has agreed to sell its Omnitracs fleet management subsidiary, one of its first businesses and one of the earliest vehicle information networks, to a private equity company for US$800 million in cash.
The next time you fly Delta, don’t be surprised if a smartphone takes your drink order. The airline announced today that over 19,000 flight attendants will now carry Nokia Lumia 820 handsets for processing in-flight purchases.
For online gaming, no latency is allowed. We put competing adapters into identical laptops. See who blinked first.
Cellular carrier T-Mobile is disrupting the network carrier model once again, offering customers the ability to upgrade to a new smartphone once every six months.
The new smartphone with a 41 MP camera is expected to be officially announced on July 11th.