A new Fujitsu smartphone has showed up on an AnTuTu benchmark breaking the 25,000 point barrier putting itself on par with the Galaxy S4 and HTC One.
Samsung is exploring ways for mobile device owners to interact with smartphones and tablets by using their minds instead of touch or other means.
Do you want a smartwatch? Would a wrist-worn computer turn your computing fantasies into reality? Or is it much ado about nothing? We ponder the problem in this Friday Debate.
Malware and spyware are not the only big privacy concerns today. Even search engines, social networks and carriers might be storing and selling our data. How concerned should you be with your mobile privacy?
Buying Android smartphones from China can be advantageous in terms of pricing, however the whole process is not as simple as just walking into your local cellphone shop. Here is a set of tips and tricks that can reduce the chances of disappointment and frustration.
With new and disruptive technologies, controversy is never far away. Some hail Google Glass as the next paradigm shift in computing. Others bemoan the potential privacy issues, or call it an overhyped gimmick. Today, at the Friday Debate, we discuss Google Glass – is it the future of computing or just a storm in the teacup?
A new official Galaxy S4 presentation from Samsung focuses on the phone’s many sensors, related features and battery life.
I feel like too many technology writers and mobile enthusiasts advertise the death of the PC. To me, nothing could be farther from the truth!
The advantage that Chinese wholesalers offer is that the big corporate expenses, the huge advertising budgets and the need to make 33% profit on each phone doesn’t exist. The result is access to Android smartphones much nearer to their production costs.
What might change in the smartphone ecosystem now that Facebook has targeted Google’s ecosystem with Home on Android? Potential trajectories inside!