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The Google Android powered BlackBerry Priv may have more bearing on BlackBerry's hardware business than you'd expect.
The demand for faster, more capable processors that use less power is driven by everything from self-driving cars to smartwatches. This week's Linley Processor Conference was all about how the industry plans to meet that demand with less help from Moore's Law.
Qualcomm says the SDP is now sampling to tier-one data centers after two years of development.
Dubbed Handmade at Amazon, the marketplace is currently home to 5,000 active sellers from 60 countries offering 80,000 items.
After being granted an FCC waiver earlier this week, AT&T is starting to roll out Wi-Fi Calling on some iPhones. Here's how to turn the feature on and check for availability.
One reason why Linux weathered patent attacks and trolls to become today's dominant server and cloud operating system is because the Open Invention Network united its supporters into a strong patent consortium.
AWS continued to unveil more new products aiming to support, manage and monetize big data analytics on Thursday.
Twenty-seven-year Microsoft veteran Soma Somasegar is moving on from heading Microsoft's developer division to pursue the next phase of his career.
Our smartphones are often the computer we use the most and when you are out in the mud, snow, or water you still need a device to perform. The Cat S40 is designed to go into these environments with you.
Wireless charging a mobile device requires the addition of wire coils for the power transfer. What if you could use the wires that are already inside the phone?