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APRIL RECAP VIDEO: ZTE faces an uphill fight to convince the U.S. Department of Commerce to reverse sanctions it imposed on charges that the Chinese mobile and network technology company violated a consent agreement by selling prohibited items to North Korea and Iran.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The merger is about 5G and an opportunity for U.S. carriers to take technology leadership back from China, said T-Mobile CEO John Legere in a joint announcement.
Motorola has introduced its latest series of Moto Android smartphones with a range of generous screen sizes and an impressive array of features priced at $180 to $362 for budget-conscious buyers.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Chinese technology company ZTE says it will do what it can to reverse sanctions and the U.S. Department of Commerce has agreed to accept information that could reverse decision.
It's all about how to integrate user authentication automatically into the user experience (UX), so that the user doesn't have to think about checking into or turning on a device in a secure fashion.
DAILY VIDEO: Sony unveils the larger, faster Xperia XZ2 Premium smartphone, and Microsoft joins Facebook and RSA in the Cyber-Security Tech Accord.
Microsoft squeezes its neural network translation technology into smartphones that lack specialized Artificial Intelligence hardware.
Slated to go on sale globally in the summer of 2018, the handset has a larger screen and faster processor than its predecessor.
Sony is packing its Xperia X72 Premium smartphone with enough of the latest mobile components to allow it to compare favorably with the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy S9 Models.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Department of Commerce has announced an immediate ban on exports of electronic components, to Chinese communications equipment giant ZTE after violating U.S. trade sanctions.