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HMD Global, which produces mobile phones under the Nokia brand, harking back to the mobile phones of the 1990s with a basic feature phone called the Nokia 8110 4G that, affectionately known as the ‘banana phone’ for its curved design and yellow color.
CFIUS wants time to evaluate the potential national security impacts of Chinese company Broadcom buying Qualcomm before investors vote on directors.
Digital assistants such as Apple Siri, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa have brought voice recognition to the masses. Now business apps developer Zoho is bringing it to salespeople’s mobile devices.
Asus has introduced the ZenFone 5Z, an Android Oreo handset that was designed to look very much like an iPhone X down to the notch at the top of the screen that houses the earpiece and camera.
Custom Vision enables developers to build mobile apps with built-in visual intelligence capabilities.
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DAILY VIDEO: Samsung shows off its Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones at MWC 2018; Samsung and PTC go in together on new IoT initiatives; Microsoft Quantum Development Kit arrives on Linux and Mac; and there's more.
Sony redesigned its high-end Xperia XZ2 smartphone with features such as the latest Qualcomm 845 processor and Android 8.0 to keep pace with the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Apple’s iPhones.
Developers can use the Flutter framework to speed up their work on native versions of their apps for Android and iOS.
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, rival chip makers Intel and Qualcomm unveil technologies and plans for 5G connectivity in devices ranging from PCs to smartphones.
Consumers value safety sensors, GPS apps and other "connected car" tech advancements, but they're resisting self-driving cars—for now.
Samsung avoided making undertaking a major redesign of its latest smartphone models, the Galaxy S9 and S9+. The most significant improvements, including the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor are inside the case.
The deal puts to work PTC's integration and consulting talent alongside its ThingWorx Industrial Innovation Platform and Samsung's ARTIK Smart IoT Platform.