Monster has sued Beats, Dr. Dre and HTC over alleged “fraud and deceit” in the way that Beats acquired the rights to the popular “Beats by Dr. Dre” headphones.
Imagination has unveiled a new PowerVR imaging framework for Android that will allow OEMs to integrate GPU intensive imaging features into their camera apps.
TCL, the parent company of Alcatel Onetouch, has bought the brand rights for Palm from HP. It wants to revive the brand with help from the Palm community.
MediaTek has ported Android TV to its MT5595 SoC. The result can be seen in Sony’s new 4K Bravia TVs, the world’s first Ultra HD TV platform running Android TV.
HTC’s 2009 Windows Phone 6.5 device, the HTC HD2, has received an Android 5.0 port. And why not? It seems to run everything from Firefox OS to Windows RT.
Kodak has partnered with Bullitt to launch a smartphone. It has a 13MP camera and a 5 inch HD display, but the real power is in the photo management software.
B. K. Yoon, Samsung’s co-CEO took to the stage at CES 2015 to declare that all Samsung’s products will be Internet-of-Things (IoT) enabled within five years.
HTC has launched a new mid-range phone at CES 2015. The Desire 826 takes design cues from the HTC Desire Eye but includes a front facing UltraPixel camera.
ZTE has been showing off the Nubia Z7 at CES 2015. It is a 5.5 inch device with a Quad HD display, 3GB of RAM, and a 13MP camera that can record 4K video.
Asus has launched its latest Intel based smartphones. The ZenFone 2 comes with a full HD 5.5 inch display, 3.3mm bezels and a 72% screen-to-body ratio, while the ZenFone Zoom packs an intriguing 3X optical zoom camera.