PC makers hope that new ways of interacting with computers will boost sales.
Intel announces a “value” smartphone chip designed to power millions of low-cost mobile devices.
In 2012, exploding global adoption of smartphones and tablets drove new communications technologies and policies.
A Microsoft Research project offloads data and calculations to save battery life.
A slew of startups are trying to make e-mail more useful, but it’s a tough proposition.
Chief strategy officer Young Sohn looks to turn Samsung into a Silicon Valley trendsetter.
Combining components on a single chip lowers the cost of manufacturing.
A policy change means that sections of spectrum can be “checked out” for different purposes at specific locations.
A service called Premier acts like a single smart assistant, on call 24 hours a day. It’s actually made from an ever-changing crowd of casual workers.
A custom version of Android exerts total control over what you can do, depending on where you are and what apps or networks you are using.