Thanks to low prices and a gradual increase in both quality and performance, Chinese chip makers are starting to pose serious problems for Qualcomm, Nvidia and others.
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Consumer Reports puts the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to the test.
If no SD card has been installed in your GalaxyS5 smartphone, all the apps that you install are stored in the phone’s built-in storage. If you...
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When iOS 8 users experienced some bugs with the software, Apple released 8.0.1 to try to fix them, but that caused even more bugs. Apple released another update meant to fix both.
Despite a record 10 million-unit launch, the new iPhones have their share of issues from buggy software to bendable bodies. Can this impact Apple's sales performance over the next few months?
Both companies may be talking about a new Windows phone as well as IoT gadgets.
BlackBerry announced a new smartphone today, called the "Passport." The device comes with mostly competitive specs for a flagship, but the strange shape and wide keyboard that's hard to use with one hand may...
HTC announces the 64-bit HTC Desire 820 and Desire 820Q along with Desire 816G for the Indian market, all of which will arrive in the next few weeks.
Huawei Honor Play 4 provides strong competition to the Moto G by having similar specs and a few extras such as more powerful 64-bit ARMv8 chip, LTE and a low price point of only $130.
Here's a good way to stream your Windows 8.1 experience to an HDTV.
Now OEMs do not need to develop proprietary software for their NFC apps.
With the Internet of Things, Qualcomm sees great potential powering growth in both the abundance and intelligence of devices at the network edge.
OnePlus announces its intention to replace the invite system with a pre-order system so its customers can get OnePlus One phones more easily.
Verizon Communications talk Wi-Fi calling.
Qualcomm has launched the Vuforia Software Development Kit (SDK) for Digital Eyewear.
Virgin Airlines and Gogo announce a partnership to bring high-speed 70 Mbps Internet to its aircrafts and to other European airlines, too.
Republic Wireless announced that the budget Moto E will arrive on its network next month for only $99, without a contract.
Unreal Engine will soon support two VR solutions.
Source code leak confirms the 64-bit Exynos 5433 chip inside the international version of Galaxy Note 4; however, the chip will only run in the 32-bit mode initially.
Sony launches the low-end Xperia E3 in India to compete against Moto G and the recently-launched and locally-manufactured Android One smartphones.
Panasonic announces what could be the best cameraphone so far: the Lumix CM1 with 1-inch sensor, 20MP resolution, Leica lens and Snapdragon 800 processor.
After previewing them at I/O 2014, Google is unveiling the first smartphones that will be part of the Android One program, starting at a low price point of only $105.