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After a long testing cycle Google concluded more than two years ago that the consumer market wasn't ready for Google Glass. Now it's making a comeback as an enterprise tool.
DAILY VIDEO: Global growth for smartphone sales will shrink to single digits by 2022; IBM reports its 21st straight quarter of diminishing revenue; reports say Fujitsu and Huawei are developing artificial intelligence chips; and there's more.
Google Glass is back—although just for the enterprise. Here's how companies big and small can use Google Glass Enterprise Edition to improve corporate efficiency.
A new Forrester Research forecast also found that larger smartphones are cutting into the sales of tablets around the world.
Smartphones are selling briskly, but it might make sense to pause a few weeks to get a look at the new crow of handsets that are due to arrive with the approaching fall.
Selling expensive jewel-encrusted, high-style smartphones turned out to be unprofitable for the Vertu a British company that was founded in 1998 by Nokia.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A blogger's prediction that Apple plans to price the new iPhone 8 at nearly double the base price of current iPhones would place the new devices out of reach of most customers.
While Sprint has offered annual upgrades on iPhones and Samsung Galaxy phones in the past, now any smartphone the mobile carrier sells is eligible.
Mobile market analysts debate the plausibility of a recent blogger report that prices for new iPhone models that Apple will likely introduce in September will start at $1,200.
Microsoft and BMW are making it possible to participate in Skype meetings even if drivers are stuck in bumper-to-bumper-traffic.
Users of Microsoft's mobile email client on iOS can now switch between accounts and reply to busy email threads faster.