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Apple confirmed that it released a feature in 2016 for iPhone 6, iPhone 6s and iPhone SE models that adjusts device performance to smooth out power consumption depending on operating conditions and battery age.
Photosynth is back, this time as a new picture-taking feature in the Microsoft Pix application that can be used to capture an entire scene.
The IT consumer experience is becoming a big, "friendly" business. You will "friend" companies online and talk to them as though they are your personal acquaintences.
Mobile market rumors suggest that HMD Global will design its next smartphone model, the Nokia 9, with enough advanced features to compete with high-end handsets such as the Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy handsets.
Jaikumar Vijayan | Updated
UPDATED: Over the next 18 months, Android developers need to ensure their apps are 64-bit and support latest versions of Google's mobile operating system, company says.
Vehicles now appear to be the mobile innovation platform of choice as smartphones begin to level off in terms of new functionality.
Samsung has introduced the Galaxy A8, the latest edition of its moderately priced smartphone line that will come with a repositioned fingerprint scanner in the rear and will a dual-lens front-facing camera.
Chinese handset maker Huawei has been selling its phones through its website and Amazon.com. By selling phones through U.S. mobile carriers, Huawei hopes to sell more smartphones to U.S. consumers.
Among the dozens of demos at CES this year will be one of a little flying drone called AirSelfie--the first pocket-sized camera drone that can be controlled by a phone app.
BlackBerry announced it is ending security updates for its PRIV smartphone and says it will close its app store in December, 2019 as the company continues its transition to marketing only mobile security software.
Google has released a list of the most searched-for consumer electronics products for 2017, and not surprisingly the list is dominated by some of the latest smartphone models. But there are some surprises in the list.
Tech spending to reach $1.5 trillion next year; Facebook losing young followers; online ad revenue zooms up.