Resolution on mobiles is pushing past the point where changes are visible to the human eye.
AMD has long struggled to build respectable hardware wins in mobile, and MediaTek has struggled to build a high-end SoC. This might be a match made in heaven.
A finalist at MWC 2015’s mobile tech breakthrough award category, ZTE’s Cloud Radio promises improved performance without major infrastructure investment.
Huawei finally announces its upcoming wearable, the Huawei watch, opening a demo presentation at its press conference at this year’s MWC 2015.
Qualcomm says incorporation of its Zeorth platform will give the chip a competitive edge over the competition.
It’s 56% bigger than a 128 GB card.
Intel’s Atom x3, Atom x5 and Atom x7 target mobile devices for the next billion smartphone users.
Microsoft finally introduces its low-cost Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL Windows phone models.
Cheetah Mobile’s junk cleaner to be bundled in new Galaxy smartphone.
Samsung’s launched its flagship phones at MWC 2015. Here’s what’s new.
The beleaguered Taiwanese handset maker is betting on new product lines to reverse its long decline.
HTC’s One M9 will struggle to stand out in a competitive marketplace.
Vaio finally reveals even more tidbits about its upcoming hybrid 2-in-1. But would you want one?
Renown games maker Valve partners with mobile phone manufacturer HTC to bring the Vive VR headset into the virtual reality market.
The Galaxy S5 and Note 4 were underwhelming. Can we expect better from Samsung this year?
Lauded as one of the most innovative breakthrough technologies at MWC 2015, Airvana’s cloud RAN OneCell technology is a plug-and-play supercell for improving indoor LTE coverage.