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Google Pay will become the cloud services company's consolidated payment services for mobile, in app and in-store purchases in the coming weeks.
Huawei has been hoping for years to sell its phones directly through U.S. carriers, but those ambitions will have to wait for alternate plans.
Enterprises all over the map are planning--or already selling--products that fit into this burgeoning market. Let’s chat about how this will impact your company in 2018.
There is plenty of mobile industry chatter that device makers will introduce plenty of new and upgraded smartphones and tablets in 2018. Here are some of the mobile devices most likely to make news this year.
Samsung joins the ranks of Microsoft hardware partners that are offering sneak peeks at the Windows 10 devices they're formally introducing at CES 2018.
HP Inc. voluntarily recalled about 50,000 laptop batteries in response to eight reported fire incidents that occurred in a wide range of its mobile computer models.
Up to 7.5 million users may have downloaded apps embedded with ad-serving malware dubbed LightsOut, Check Point Software said.
Dell, that bastion of the good ole blue-collar portable PC that you can bang around and watch it keep going like the Energizer bunny, is aiming to move higher up the “cool” scale with its latest products.
The company's latest Exynos 9 Series CPUs get eight cores, improved facial recognition capabilities and increased performance.
A report by IDC predicts 18.4 percent compound annual sales growth for wearable devices over the next three years. But there will be a major shift as smartwatches overtake fitness trackers as the top sellers.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The wireless carrier collaborated with Nokia and Intel to launch on-air operation of a millimeter wave 5G communications cell in major step towards national deployment.
REVIEW: For $140, the Kodak Photo Printer Dock lets you easily print photos from phones, tablets, USB sticks and digital cameras anywhere you happen to be.
Briefly available only to business customers, Surface Pro with LTE Advanced is now available to consumers through Microsoft online store and from certain brick-and-mortar outlets.