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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.
Pricing for the new Xperia XZ2 and Xperia XZ2 Compact models, which were first shown at Mobile World Congress in February, will start at $650.
LG has confirmed that it will hold a media briefing on May 2 to introduce the G7 ThinQ, its next high-end Android smartphone. Market rumors indicate that it will be a big screen handset with an iPhone X-like notch at the top of its display.
REVIEW: The newest version of Apple’s iconic tablet offers features and capabilities that are starting to resemble the iPad Pro, including the ability to use the Apple Pencil.
Two Notebook 3 models and one Notebook 5 model are slated to be offered in Korea in April and in other select nations starting in Q2 2018.
The acquisition of Forerunner's Mobilizer and Report Viewer will help Microsoft improve Power BI's reporting capabilities for mobile and web apps.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A group of international wireless carriers lead by AT&T is working to speed up deployment of software-defined networks and network function virtualization using open source hardware and software.
Products for students and classrooms was the focus of Apple’s March 27 media briefing headlined by a new 9.7-inch iPad with an optional Apple digital pencil.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai wants to deny Universal Service Fund money to carriers that use Huawei or ZTE network equipment because of security concerns.
Oracle is seeking up to $9 billion in damages from Google in a Java copyright dispute that goes back to 2010.
The Huawei P20 and P20 Pro models will not come to the U.S., but the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S will be sold around the world.