Things could hardly be any more obvious that the new technology battle field is mobile computing, as we're seeing an onslaught of new technologies that are all targeting what is a massively growing market space. Imagination Technologies is one of the companies that are pushing this development forward and the company has revealed its first
Samsung said it is confident that it will oust Nokia this year to become the largest mobile phone manufacturer in the world, changing the face the of the industry completely.
At pre-CES event in Las Vegas, US, Huawei unveiled two new Android smartphones – Ascend P1 and P1 S. The Ascend P1 S claims to be the world's slimmest smartphone, measuring 6.68mm thin and sports a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen display.
Smartphones and tablet computers are to get USB 3.0 by the end of this year or early next year, according to the the USB standards organisation at CES 2012.
Microsoft is expected to deliver a “dazzling” send-off at its last Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week, according to analysts, with demonstrations of both Windows Phone devices and the eagerly-awaited Windows 8 operating system.
Just one percent of smartphone users consume a whopping 50 percent of the world's mobile bandwidth, according to a study by network management firm Arieso.
Just a month ago, LG and PRADA have announced the collaboration to develop the new LG PRADA 3.0, and today, LG has announced the luxurious phone in Singapore. The smartphone runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and pre-orders will begin tomorrow.
We haven't heard a peep about Mobility DisplayPort or MYDP for short, for nearly a year, a display interface standard that's intended for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. MYDP combines DisplayPort and USB connectivity over a single connector, much like MHL except for the small fact that MYDP has the blessing of the
Reports suggest that Apple has hired Todd Teresi, an Adobe executive, for its iAd advertising platform, an ironic move considering the companies' past rivalry.
The Nokia Lumia 900 Ace was recently spotted on Nokia Pulse website which has the capacitive touch buttons that are placed closer to the edge, compared to the Lumia 800. It was also reported that the Finnish company would be launching the phone at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 in Las Vegas next week.
Apple developed a prototype for a touchscreen phone as far back as 1983, but decided not to go through with it, a decision that ultimately led to the iPhone's release many years later in 2007.
After the launch of Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5 Mango operating system in October, the company is already planning for the new update next year. And it seems that details of the new updates have been leaked, codenamed Tango and Apollo.
Apple iOS and Android devices were popular Christmas gifts throughout the world, with the two rivals virtually tied in the heated battle for holiday sales.
AT&T has completed its acquisition of wireless spectrum from Qualcomm in a deal worth roughly $1.9 billion.
A new hack, called Spire, is said to allow Siri voice assistant to run on almost all jailbroken iPhone or iPad on iOS 5. And the best thing is, that is legal.
News of the next-generation GALAXY smartphone is out, and it is likely to be the Samsung GALAXY S III. And the Quad-core phone may be showcased at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next year.
Even though Microsoft has announced the new Windows Mango operating system, it seems that only Samsung and HTC have came up with the new smartphones at launch. However, a new LG Windows Phone has recently been leaked and is reported to sport a 4-inch IPS display.
As the launch of next-generation Atom mobile platform looms, Intel is making more and more semi-public and public noise about the new, first true SoC (System-on-a-Chip) from their labs.
A Vietnamese electronics store is getting in the festive mood with a 15-foot Christmas tree made from 2,500 old mobile phones.
New connectors and interfaces always cause problems when it comes to hardware compatibility and the Mobile High-definition Link or MHL is one of those interfaces that is far from widely adopted on anything but smartphones to date. That seems to be set to change, as Silicon Image, one of the driving forces behind the MHL