Speaking with a group of UK journalists recently, ARM CTO Mike Muller talked about a new low voltage microprocessor for embedded devices, and how the energy scavenged from the local environment can be used to power small devices.
The developer of AirCast, an Android application for Chromecast that streams local content, says that Google may have intentionally broken the functionality of the app in a new firmware update for the device.
This week, updates rolled out to a host of Google apps, we’ve heard rumors of the next Nexus, the Zara broke cover, the Note 3 and Galaxy Gear were detailed, the Ubuntu Edge campaign close, and the Nexus 7 (2013) received some much needed bug fixes.
Second Sony Honami teaser says the phone is “about to make a splash,” confirming its waterproof features.
While solid rental income is a tourniquet for the bleeding caused largely by Amazon and other online retailers, turning Best Buy stores into flea markets for high tech may be their only choice.
Why is Samsung building a smartwatch now? Sure, it’s not the first time the Korean conglomerate is dabbling into making wrist-worn computers. But the context is favorable now. Here’s why.
The world’s biggest technology companies engaging in technological, marketing, and patent warfare. But which manufacturer deserves our acclaim, our respect, and the hard earned dollars of consumers worldwide?
LG Display announced the world’s first Quad HD (2560 x 1440) LCD display for smartphones, which also happens to be the world’s slimmest and narrowest display.
A Galaxy Gear concept video shows a smartwatch with a large flexible display – current reports say the first Samsung smartwatch will not offer such a feature.
The LG G Pad (LG-V500) has apparently been spotted at the FCC, although not many details are available about the device at this point.