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The HTC U11 Eyes is a follow on model to the U11 handset that HTC released in May 2017 that delivers high-quality dual front-facing cameras that not only takes sharp photos, but also supports facial scanning security features.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The social network believes that brands and news are "crowding out" personal interactions. Thus, its algorithms are now more heavily pre-editing the information Facebook presents to you.
Amid all the new PCs, smart home products, self-driving cars and internet of things devices exhibited at CES 2018, Sony bucked the trend and introduced three new mid-range smartphones.
Using an Arm-based, smartphone-inspired processor from Qualcomm, Lenovo's Miix 630 can last up to 20 hours between charges.
How chatbots actually will be impacting the human workforce in the future is anybody’s guess. Maybe we someday will see chatbots hiring humans to do grunt work for them.
NEWS ANALYSIS: "Fun" is now becoming "functional." For example, the use of virtual and augmented reality started out as “fun” consumer apps and are now being used in health care, oil and gas exploration and myriad other professional applications.
Preorders for the $799 unlocked Huawei Mate 10 Pro phones will begin Feb. 4, with availability starting Feb. 18 through Amazon, Best Buy and other stores.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich gave CES attendees a peek at several product development efforts including the latest advances in virtual reality, autonomous aircraft and quantum computing.
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.