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What was your favorite announcement from Google I/O 2017? [Poll of the Week]

by Jimmy Westenberg 18 hours ago11 comments

Has the HTC U11 made the U Ultra obsolete already?

by Robert Triggs 4 days ago28 comments

This Was Google I/O 2017

by Kris Carlon 3 days ago108 comments

Everything new in Android O: features and changes

by Kris Carlon 7 days ago45 comments
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Most innovative companies: Samsung beats Google for the number two spot, Apple still first

In BCG's 2013 "Most innovative companies" list, Samsung took the second place from Google, with Apple still ranked first.
by Chris SmithSeptember 27, 201396

IBM’s Watson for smartphones? It could be.

Rather than keep with Watson’s tradition of beating world-class Jeopardy champions, IBM is set to take it mainstream. If IBM is correct, about 66% of all customer service related calls ...
by Nate SwannerMay 22, 20131

Your smartphone might soon be able to identify scents and flavors

Do you have bad breath? In a couple of years' time, your smartphone might just be able to warn you, with smelling and tasting tech being developed by San Francisco startup Adamant.
by J. Angelo RacomaJanuary 27, 20132

IBM Simon: World’s first smartphone is now 20 years old

Today we live in a world filled with quad-core smartphones and handsets with 1080p screens, but it certainly didn't start out that way. The first smartphone was announced at COMDEX on ...
by Andrew GrushNovember 26, 20129
 
 

IBM and HTC Merges to Bring Android to the Enterprise Level

IBM and HTC have both partnered to bring Android to the next level—enterprise. Considering these two companies excel on both industries, it won’t be a difficult task for them ...
by Christine TorralbaJanuary 25, 20123
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