Microsoft’s latest attempt at smartphone software is a job well done—but there’s still plenty of work ahead.
In a radical departure from its core business, the search giant is installing high-speed fiber neighborhood by neighborhood.
YuDian, dubbed the Chinese Siri, is available to anyone with a mobile phone in China.
High-speed LTE networks could be felled by a $650 piece of gear, says a new study.
With a new mapping service, called Here, Nokia hopes to get smartphone users hooked on its mapping technology.
Even if it alienates existing hardware partners, the Chinese market is too big, and fast-growing, to ignore.
Intel missed out on the shift to mobile computing. Now it finds itself in a precarious position.
Software turns English into synthesized Chinese almost instantly.
Fundamental security problems aren’t solved, computing experts warn.
Startup PredictGaze thinks technology that can determine where you’re looking—and what you look like—is the interface of the future.