AMD's Ryzen 6000 mobile processors were released almost four months ago, and yet only eleven notebooks and four manufacturers have adopted the new CPU lineup.
Based on preliminary results, the Exynos 2200 appears to be a minor upgrade over Samsung's previous-gen flagship the 2100.
The European Union is proposing new legislation enforcing USB Type-C as the default charging port on all mobile devices moving forward.
Google and Apple are teaming up to build interoperable coronavirus contact tracing into their operating systems
AMD Ryzen Mobile chips will ship with support for Synaptics fully isolated biometrics sensor solution.
Purism announced that its crowdsourced security and privacy-focused Librem 5 smartphone will start shipping to customers on January 2019.
Asus's Republic of Gamers (ROG) smartphone sports high-end specs, a 6-inch, 90Hz AMOLED screen, and optional accessories that turn it to a portable gaming console.
Microsoft's new family tools for Android, Windows 10, and the Xbox One aim to help parents keep tabs on their kids. But do they go too far?
uSens is bringing its AI-based positional and skeletal tracking technology to the mobile market. The company today announced the uSens AR Hand Tracking SDK for iOS and Android devices.
Apple has reportedly started to more carefully monitor App Store apps that share location data with third parties.
Google will restrict apps from monitoring user's internet activity without permission starting with Android P and API Level 28.
WaveOptics is pushing a new family of waveguide modules designed for AR glasses that promise full color, relatively high field of view (FoV), lower cost, and more scalable manufacturing processes.
Project Linda is a “dumb” clamshell laptop concept that uses the computing power of the Razer Phone as both the heart of the system and in place of the touchpad.