Articles tagged with: Smartphone
Taiwanese company HTC is expected to unveil its next flagship smartphone in March, offering improved audio and video features.
ZTE is releasing a six-inch smartphone with high-end specifications in the US as the company sees big promise in the country’s prepaid handset market.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi’s latest valuation has soared to US$45 billion after securing US$1.1 billion in additional funding, according to the company’s president and co-founder Bin Lin.
Over 50 per cent of all users will turn to a smartphone or tablet before reaching for a desktop or laptop for all online activities by 2018, according to market research firm Gartner.
Google has unveiled the first three smartphones that will form part of Android One, the firm’s initiative to bringing affordable handsets to emerging markets.
A new law that was signed into effect on Monday requires all smartphones manufactured after 1 July 2015 and sold within California to include a kill switch. This will allow users to remotely lock their phones and delete all data if they are stolen or lost.
Thanks to stronger sales channels and higher brand awareness in other countries, Huawei Technologies Co Ltd’s smartphone shipments in the first half of 2014 surged 62 per cent compared to the same period a year ago, according to Reuters.
While the new Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone is more durable than its previous model, the iPhone 5s triumphed over all of them partly due to its smaller size, according to a new study.
New York officials have expressed their support for a bill that will require tablet and smartphone manufacturers to install a kill switch that will enable owners to delete data from devices if they are stolen.
Denmark-based GN ReSound has developed a new smart hearing aid that is not only practical but can also be immediately worn by anyone suffering from a hearing impairment.
With Apple challenging its domination in China, Samsung is bracing for the weakest growth in its smartphone profits since 2007.
Samsung’s mobile devices business, which accounts for two thirds of the Korean firm’s profit, will come …
Google has agreed to pay US$17 million to 37 states as well as the District of Columbia for secretly tracking web users by setting up special digital files on their smartphones’ web browsers.
A press release …