We were skeptical going into Canonical's booth at Mobile World Congress, but the company's Ubuntu Core "convergence" experience running on middling mobile hardware was impressive.
The Department of Justice asked a different Court overseeing the one in Brookly, New York, to overturn Judge James Orenstein's ruling that Apple can't be compelled to unlock iPhones.
The FCC announced that it will fine Verizon for its use of a “supercookie” probe to gather data on its service users, which it then sold to other companies for advertising purposes.
OnePlus announced that U.S. customers can now pay for their OnePlus phones with a new installment program.
Startup MJ Technology is crowdfunding its x86/x64 Ubuntu/Windows tablet in an effort to capture the wave of 2-in-1s and "convergence."
Basemark's Power Assessment Tool offers easy and accurate power consumption analysis of mobile devices for 995 € + VAT.
Lenovo took us to a a beautiful art museum in Barcelona to show off what its Project Tango tablet can do.
Samsung announced industry's first 256GB storage module for smartphones that's based on the Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 2.0 standard, with twice the performance of the previous generation.
The big news: Jide's Remix OS is entering beta. Perhaps bigger news: Jide knows exactly who its customers are.
The long-awaited Saygus V-Squared "superphone" is coming to market finally, but the specs that last year were extraordinary are now...not quite. But it's still a promising handset.
Intel's Project Tango phone now offers hand- and object-tracking -- without the use of any peripherals -- as well as improved demos.
The dual-screen Siam 7x smartphone was a longshot to ever reach the market, but it beat the odds and went on sale today.
Some technologies are still largely missing from many VR HMDs, such as eye tracking. SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI) has a plan for that.
Imagination Technology announced the PowerVR Series8XE at MWC 2016, a low-power GPU targeting low-cost smartphones, wearables, televisions, IoT devices, and other embedded applications.