2014 was another great year in the mobile space with Android dominating the smartphone space and Matthew Miller's top stories.
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This week in Android: Dominance over the smartphone space continues, new Lollipop version hits AOSP, the YotaPhone 2 appears.
As part of its FutureScape prediction series for 2015, IDC looked at the impending IoT space from a broad spectrum of angles, including network capacity, security and cloud.
The network equipment maker's chief executive blamed the "disappointing" quarter, which gave Wall Street the clear-cut signal to sell, sell, sell — driving shares down after-hours.
Google finally catches up with the rest of the smartphone space by offering its home-brew phablet, along with the next iteration of its tablet and Android operating system.
It's the square phone for the serious crowd, but is there really still space for a business smartphone?
As LG continues to innovate in the smartphone space, with shipments of the LG G3 just hitting store shelves, the company expects more sales in the third quarter.
Microsoft has put a lot of dollars and effort into Windows Phone, even going as far as to buy Finnish handset firm Nokia in order to gain traction in the smartphone space. But despite this investment Windows Phone's usage share has grown from about one percent to around two percent over the past 12 months.
According to NASA and the Jet Propulsion Lab, a solar storm has caused Voyager 1 to reach interstellar space.
It's long been rumored that Amazon will produce its own smartphone to compete with the major players in the space. It looks like Tesco may beat them to it.
Aside from being rivals in the smartphone space, the two electronics giants are pushing hard to develop fingerprint technology to cater for their business users.
Starbucks is a leader in mobile payments and rewards, but I think they are going too far with plans to take the order phase from your face to your hand. Mobile payments are coming, but do we really need them for everything?
As large enterprises move toward Choose Your Own Device (CYOD) policies, the PC giant expects them to favor its wide portfolio's "commonality" and even more so once it becomes more dominant in the smartphone space.
Faced with competition from local players such as Xiaomi and Huawei, Apple is unlikely to sustain demand when the smartphone begins running on China Mobile's network from January 17, due to its premium price points.
The fourth largest U.S. cell network posted positive results for the second consecutive quarter, thanks to strong net customer additions and smartphone sales.
Besides patents, intellectual property, and an enterprise data network, what else is there at the struggling Canadian smartphone firm? John Chen thinks a lot more.
Apple and Samsung are dominating the smartphone world. Founding companies in this space are down and out with a couple possibly able to make comebacks in the years ahead.
Huawei is hoping for an uptick in the growth of its smartphone business over the next five years, even as some of its networking rivals abandon the space.
The visually-impaired can find out what's in front of them by snapping a picture, where a global network of volunteers can then key in their comments, which are read out over the blind user's smartphone.
Tech giant HP is planning to re-enter the smartphone race with a new product offering.
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