With the new ARM-based chips, the company is looking to take on Qualcomm and Samsung in the high end of the smartphone market.
On a Sunday talk show, Carly Fiorina said there is a "higher than 90 percent" chance she will jump into what looks to be a crowded GOP field for 2016.
The tech vendor could gain IP, graphics expertise and traction in the ARM server market if it bought AMD, which has been challenged in recent years.
Have you ever tried to explain a noise or problem with a car or appliance to someone on the other end of a phone? Now you can show them and let them listen using your smartphone.
Sometimes the craziest sounding ideas can actually end up being useful. That's what I learned after hearing about an LED light bulb with a built-in WiFi repeater, which I thought was silly.
In 15 years as an IT journalist I've seen a lot of tech CEOs come and go inside companies. T-Mobile's John Legere is like none I have seen before, and that's not a bad thing.
The appearance of free open WiFi in Havana is yet another small step in a series of small steps that hopefully will continue to open Cuba to Americans and the world.
Now that the Nexus 6 has been in the marketplace since November 2014, Google has ended the sale of its former Nexus 5 phone. Here's why I think such smartphone transitions are sad.
Aerohive launched the "Get Me Off This Island" program a week after HP officials announced the vendor will buy Aruba for $2.7 billion.
The company began shipping its product in December, and now has more than 500 customers and is on track to process 1 million video minutes a week.
Ever wish you had a stronger cellular signal for your smartphone? BluFlux just got a patent for a smartphone case that can bolster wireless signals and is working to build such a product.
Here's an alarm-equipped smartphone charger that reminds you to unplug the cord from the wall socket when you are staying in a hotel or anywhere else away from home. This is a smart idea.
Controlling your smartphone or tablet with your eyes rather than by touching a screen, button or icon is very intriguing and cool, and it could be part of your next phone in the next few years.
The two organizations will work more closely together to drive interoperability between connected systems that will make up the Internet of things.
The initial OPNFV Summit, which will draw developers, service providers and community members, is set for November.