A collaborative effort between Japan Robotech, Kokushikan University, and the Waseda University Faculty of Science and Engineering demonstrates to us how a simple smartphone-based “wheeled” robot could conquer any kind of terrain.
LG has taken the lid off their newly developed 5.5-inch smartphone display that brings high definition to a different level.
Canonical has received a bit of injection from Bloomberg to promote the Ubuntu Edge, an all-in-one handset that will have both a desktop as well as a mobile interface.
The fading PC market is forcing Hewlett Packard (HP) to transition into mobility, and so far the company has targeted mainly tablets. With little success in the tablet department, it seems like HP may also integrate smartphones into its strategy.
Nokia has to move quickly and efficiently if it wants to catch up to competitors and regain lost grounds, but its current line of Lumia handsets just aren’t cutting it in a world dominated by Android and iOS. Phablets, however, are growing in popularity, so could a 6+ inch Nokia Lumia phablet be coming over
TCL not only pushes UHD TVs and names the Hollywood Oscar’s venue, but also offers a line of smartphones under Alcatel branding. Here’s one new powerful yet budget model.
Mozilla and its partners have indicated that they intend to compete in the smartphone space, but a recent report suggests that Firefox OS tablets are also a high priority.
When sale of a certain electronic gadget slows down, a short term remedy might be to release the device in a different color, which is what Samsung will likely do with its latest flagship—the Galaxy S4.
If you’re in the market for a new smartphone, we suppose now is the time to sign your name on the dotted line and settle down for two long years.
Thanks of emerging markets, sales of smartphones in 2013 is expected to have a 32.7 percent gain from last year’s number.
SunPartner, a France-based company, has developed a 95 percent transparent, 300-micron-thick, solar cell module that may one day be integrated into most phones and other mobile devices to provide more battery life as well as a ‘cleaner’ mean of recharging.
Americans would rather part with their TVs, smartphones or tablets than with their PCs, according to a study conducted by Vision Critical for Clear Channel Media and Entertainment. When faced with the option of only using one device for a year, the majority of the 1,008 adults surveyed said they would pick their PC instead