Microsoft researchers have built prototype mobile devices with several batteries and a new software layer to extend battery life.
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One of the leading candidates to replace silicon CMOS transistors is carbon nanotubes. But there are still lots of issues with both the basic materials and device structure. Now IBM says it has solved one of the big ones.
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You'd think that the Oracle vs. Rimini Street lawsuit would set a solid blueprint for third party enterprise software maintenance. Think again.
Google filled more than an hour with near constant hardware and software news that Kevin and I used to kick off the latest MobileTechRoundup podcast.
Cloud storage services offer a mixed bag of benefits and liabilities, with convenience and productivity balanced against security concerns and the challenges of developing solid vendor relationships. The...
This week in Windows Mobile we saw two new flagship phones we weren't supposed to see, saw a deal between Microsoft and Asus for patents and app bundling, and the Insider Program turned one.
This week in iOS we saw concerns over the feature in iOS 9 -- Wi-Fi Assist, saw an "Apple Ring" imagined by Apple, and heard that iOS and OS X will never be merged.
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This week in Android Google launched two new Nexus phones and a premium tablet, the first cellular-enabled Android Wear watch was unveiled, and Asus signed a far-reaching deal with Microsoft.