Intel and Huawei will demonstrate the world's first 5G NR over-the-air interoperability trial using the latest 3GPP standards during MWC in Barcelona next week.
Intel has announced that it is working with Spreadtrum on producing a 5G phone and with Lenovo, Dell, HP, and Microsoft on producing 2-in-1 5G PCs to be ready by the second half of 2019.
Samsung will announce the Galaxy S9 in just a few days. Here's everything we currently know about the upcoming smartphone.
Canada looks to spark interest in computer science with the help of the BBC's micro:bit development board.
While millions work in office environments where an iPhone or Galaxy phone work just fine, there is a segment of the population that functions in adverse environments where a glass sandwich phone just doesn't cut it. That's where Cat phones step in to shine.
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There’s a vast selection of software containers, as well as proprietary and open source hypervisors—which makes it tough to zero in on the best solution for your virtual container needs. This side-by-side...
Hard drives are struggling to get to 14TB. Now Samsung is kicking sand - literally - into their faces with a new, 2.5-inch 31TB SSD. You and I will never buy one, but still, it's pretty amazing.
At Mobile World Congress next week, one of Google Cloud Spanner's first reference clients will be demonstrating a Tier 1 telco charging system ported from Oracle. Optiva, which is demo'ing the system and claiming 10x scalability vs Oracle, explained to us how they made the transition.
Code-signed apps are harder to detect by network security appliances, making it easier to sneak malware onto a vulnerable system. The downside? Certificates aren't cheap — and hackers usually are.
Android P gets a privacy boost by preventing backgrounded apps from recording or taking pictures.