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Apple smartwatch shipments jumped 52.4 percent to gain ground on leaders Fitbit and Xiaomi, according to IDC's third quarter 2017 wearables market report.
In the next two months, Google will start requiring Android app developers to provide users with clear warnings and explanations for what they do with personal data.
Had too much to drink and need to get home? This app will know and try to convince you to park the car and take Uber instead.
Intel is doing its part speed up the development and adoption of 5G wireless technology by in part by developing components such as the 5G Mobile Trial Platform to support the initial 5G NR specifications in live tests.
Smartphone buyers are increasingly favoring "phablet"-sized handsets with screens that measure 5.5 inches or more, according to an IDC market report.
NEWS ANALYSIS: In a surprise development U.S. Department of Justice lawyers reveal evidence from ongoing criminal investigation of Uber to the judge in Waymo’s civil lawsuit against Uber.
Apple alleges that Qualcomm's Snapdragon mobile chipsets infringe on patents held by Apple as the two companies continue their fight in the courts over intellectual property.
Industry analysts project that the enterprise collaboration market will balloon from $7 billion in 2015 to $49.51 billion by 2021. This is to say nothing of the unknown but substantial value of the shadow IT in the space.
REVIEW: On a recent trip to Japan, the RoamingMan portable WiFi hotspot reliably kept the reviewer connected to the internet with no glitches to search for restaurants, points of interest and to check maps.
DAILY VIDEO: AT&T to fight U.S. opposition to its proposed merger with Time Warner; Intel patches Management Engine for critical vulnerabilities; Microsoft warns of late-year spike in Office threats; and there's more.
This year has seen a number of high-end smartphones make splashy debuts. What sets the OnePlus 5T from the rest of that group is its budget-friendly price tag.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The breach itself was bad enough, but it’s been compounded by the fact that Uber attempted to hide the event from customers and regulators. In fact, Reuters is reporting the company paid the hackers $100,000 in hush money to erase the data they took.