The company is pushing forward with smartwatches and virtual reality headsets in enterprise, retail and healthcare. Some of the use cases are better served by smartphones though.
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Huawei's continued push into higher-end consumer smartphones is paying dividends for the company.
The spy-proof device was developed as a response to NSA spying revelations
The company also sold 75 million smartphones during the year -- an increase of 40 percent from the preceding year, according to a leaked internal memo.
After its dismal quarterly results, the Japanese electronics company will no longer make smartphones specifically for Chinese consumers, but is expected to continue peddling its wares in the world's largest smartphone market.
Digital forensics firm Cellebrite has moved from copying contacts on mobile phones to digital forensics, helping police collar the bad guys along the way.
Apple's new smartphones will be on sale in 115 countries by the end of the year, the company has said.
China's largest listed telecoms equipment company launches three of its latest smartphones running Android KitKat 4.4 and appoints local reseller Polaris, which will distribute the handsets exclusively in the country.
Android smartphones have overtaken iPhones in Australia as the main devices purchased on contract from local carriers, according to a new study by market analysis company, Telsyte.
ARM is known for the Cortex-A processors that power more than 95 percent of the world’s smartphones and tablets. But at this year's Computex the company is focusing on the tiny Cortex-M designs well-suited for sensors and smartwatches.
Led by Brazilian executive Hugo Barra, the company wants to woo customers with its low-cost smartphones
I think Microsoft has a real shot of being a top-tier Android hardware company. Yes, I'm quite serious.
The Indian e-commerce company expects a fast growing Internet-connected population and smartphones to be the biggest drivers to online shopping driver over the next few years.
Despite seeing growth, chip designer ARM missed analyst expectations for its processor royalties, with the company blaming slow sales of high-end smartphones.
The popularity of low-cost Android smartphones helped Samsung retain its position as the world's top purchaser of semiconductors, staying ahead of Apple. But which company is better placed for long term success in the smartphone market?
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.
The Taiwanese government gave a green light to a Chinese investment project, proposed by a Hong Kong firm, to buy out a Taiwanese company selling Chinese Xiaomi brand smartphones domestically.
In China, Samsung's Galaxy S3 and Note 2 smartphones were found to have faulty data storage chips. State-owned TV pushed the company to provide a solution.
BlackBerry was once the dominant name in smartphones. It now finds itself on the carving block, and its days as a whole company could be limited. Who will buy it?
Nokia remains a company after the Microsoft purchase with the rights to release Nokia-branded smartphones after 31 December 2015. Will Nokia return to its innovative roots and launch new smartphones running Android or Sailfish?
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