Popular Japanese consumer brand Sharp has officially entered the robust Philippine smartphone market with the official unveiling of the SH530U.
Apple’s legal motion to have some Samsung mobile phones banned in the US will now be heard in court in December.
Samsung needs to recreate itself as an innovator, not an imitator. The switch will be more challenging and time-consuming than shortcuts Samsung used to take.
Samsung is taking another shot at the dominance of Apple’s iPad with a tablet equipped with a digital pen and a split screen mode at the same price tag.
Forcing competition to go back to the drawing board is not necessarily bad, but if the motivation is to simply avoid lawsuit, it could lead to ugly hacks.
China’s Lenovo unveiled the lighter, quicker ThinkPad notebook computer inspired by the convenience of tablets and smart phones.
The World Bank says mobile use in developing economies surpasses that of richer nations, with usage geared toward education and development than entertainment.
Samsung has bought the mobile-phone technology division of CSR, the British firm formerly known as Cambridge Silicon Radio.
Philippine city announces plans to launch city-wide WiFi network to facilitate business and government transactions for mobile devices.