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Six European companies join Microsoft's HoloLens Agency Readiness Partner program, expanding the company's enterprise mixed-reality application ecosystem on the continent.
Samsung has scheduled a media briefing on March 29 to introduce its Galaxy S8 smartphone, which is predicted to have the latest Qualcomm 835 processor.
Mobileye currently owns about 70 percent of the world market for driver-assistance systems, including automatic braking, lane centering and pedestrian detection.
Fitbit has packed its $150 Alta HR wearable with a combination of activity tracking and smartwatch features along with a battery that lasts up to seven days.
NetMotion Mobility brings order to the process of managing an enterprises mobile devices by tying together the most important elements of any mobile environment, security, reliability, policy controls and performance analytics.
The Federal Communications Commission has called for a full report on the 911 outage and AT&T has so far only publicly acknowledged the outage, but provided no details on what caused the service disruption.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Uber software designed to fight violations of its terms of service also foiled a few regulators, but that’s not the same thing as being illegal or even evil.
The investigation examines a Google requirement that Android handset makers install Google apps if they want to preinstall Google Play on their devices.
There was plenty of talk about new tablets at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and Samsung contributed to the discussion. Chief among the tablet announcements at MWC was Samsung's own Galaxy Tab S3. Designed for both consumers and basic business use, the Galaxy Tab S3 features a 9.7-inch...
Security firm Palo Alto Networks recently discovered 132 Android apps from seven unrelated developers in the Google Play store that were infected with malware. The apps have since been removed.
The special iPhone is rumored to sell for $1,000, while other new iPhone models will continue to have traditional flat displays.
Samsung is getting into the growing space of hybrid PCs that can be used as a notebook or as a tablet with its introduction of the Galaxy Book.