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Huawei's Android Wear 2 watch is sporty, chunky, and not nearly as sophisticated as earlier smartwatch efforts.
It sounds like a smartphone user's worst fear: Software that starts up before the phone's operating system, intercepting and encrypting every byte sent to or from the flash memory or the network interface. This is not some new kind of ransomware, though, this is the D4 Secure Platform from Cog Systems.
Due to ship this summer, Sony's Xperia Touch is a small household device that lets you interact with and manipulate screens and apps projected onto tabletops and walls.
Almost a year after SAP teamed with Apple to develop business applications for smartphones and tablets, the German enterprise software developer is ready to unveil the first fruits of their partnership.
Sony's Xperia XZ Premium shines, quite literally. The first thing you notice about the new phone is the mirror finish that gives the device a sparkly appearance. It seems destined to require lots of polishing.
Over the past decade there have been several attempts to cram video projectors into smartphones. All ultimately failed, but a Silicon Valley startup reckons it has the recipe right and is hoping for a warm response from consumers when its phone debuts later this year.
The biggest Android event of the year is nearly upon us. Here's what you can expect to see (and not see) at Mobile World Congress.
Samsung will be bringing a new tablet to Mobile World Congress this year, the first update to the flagship Galaxy Tab S line in nearly 18 months.
Trade groups GSMA and CTIA are joining forces to bring a version of GSMA's popular Mobile World Congress to the U.S. in 2017.
Smart parking, smart highways and smart bikes -- all linked by low-cost modules and sensors that can be connected wirelessly -- are all part of what’s coming.
A press conference isn't all just fun and games, though Samsung's Inception-inspired keynote might have steered you otherwise.
Step into the journalist's seat and experience all the emotions that come with covering MWC's biggest press conference.
Things took a turn for the weird and powerful at Mobile World Congress, the largest mobile tradeshow on the planet.
Charging an electric car while driving may sound like a wild idea, but Qualcomm wants to bring that capability to automobiles.
Having spent some time with these hot new Android phones, we’ve already formed a few preliminary opinions on how they stack up.
An LG spokesperson says the company wants to focus on its own brand instead of building another Google phone.
Oral B's next toothbrushing system will have accelerometers, gyroscopes, a Bluetooth link to a smartphone app, and cloud storage. Have they left anything out?
The company confirmed the Z line will be no more, turning their focus to the Xperia X series.
Each year, Google sets up a shrubbery-laden outdoor funhouse for Android lovers. It’s too much fun.
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