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New survey also looked at the top holiday gifts and how much Americans will spend on IT gifts this year. The survey showed that the No. 1 electronic gift on American wish lists this year is a computer or laptop (21 percent), followed by a new smartphone (19 percent) or a TV (11 percent).
DEVELOPER CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS: Two-day Samsung event introduces what’s next in AI and ML development for Bixby, SmartThings and the smartphone category.
PRODUCT REVIEW: Once you get used to using it, Samsung's S pen becomes a truly important part of the user experience, or UX, as it’s commonly called. A bonus is that the integrated tylus includes Bluetooth Low-Energy connectivity to add a wider range of on-screen presentation and creativity...
“The main thing we want to accomplish is balance,” Microsoft Vice President Gaurav Sareen told eWEEK. “We want Outlook to be trusted by IT and loved by users.” Sounds simple, but this is not a trivial task to accomplish.
Complete end-to-end 5G solution brings together best-of-breed radio access, IP transport and security portfolios to simplify service providers’ next-gen mobile networks.
This eWEEK Data Point article puts forth some highly qualified market research from an expert, eMarketer, in a collection it calls “Six Trends You Need to Understand Now (Q3 2018).”
The company is using illegal Android licensing requirements to cement its position in internet search, the European Commission says.
To maximize power savings, the 10nm-class LPDDR5 has been engineered to lower its voltage in accordance with the operating speed of the corresponding application processor, when in active mode.
REGULATORY ANALYSIS: The Federal Communications Commission forms a task force while the Senate Judiciary Committee holds hearings on the plans by T-Mobile and Sprint, the nation’s third and fourth wireless carriers to merge.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Analyst claims Sharp’s expansion into notebook markets lines up with Foxconn Group’s internet and industrial-focused vision and will allow Foxconn Group to cut into the ecosystem of notebook OEMs.