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Forget internet technology, the Internet of Things is where the action is, says Gartner
The Chinese PC maker saw a 36 percent rise in its net profit to US$219.7 million, as it powers ahead despite an industry slump by expanding in mobile devices and better cost controls.
Booming smartphone and tablet sales are doing a lot more than just pushing traditional PCs to the side.
Android's success doesn't rest with one device. Some hardware partner will cook up something to entice the masses and swarm Apple.
Computer makers are suddenly obsessed with putting a smartphone operating system on PCs. Here’s why it may not be such a crazy idea.
Conceptually mashing together PCs, smartphones, and tablets isn't a terribly helpful approach. An understanding of ubiquitous computing might help all of us understand the pros and cons of each...
Benchmarks run by Spaceport.io show that HTML5 runs "six to ten times slower" on smartphones than on "a modern laptop" -- in this case, a MacBook Pro with an Intel Core i7 processor.
Hardware makers shipped more smartphones than PCs last year, according to an analyst report, driven by lower prices and a rising appetite for internet browsing on handsets
However, the smartphone's success over computers is more complex than just sales figures.
Many of us see personal technology moving from Windows PCs to Android smartphones, Apple iPads and other tablets, but has it actually already happened?
HP boss Leo Apotheker is killing off devices including the TouchPad tablet and Pre line of smartphones, and is consideringspinning off or selling HP's market-leading PC business
Just as promised, the LG G2x smartphone is available now for purchase with T-Mobile USA online only.
T-Mobile USA has gotten official with the launch details for its new G2x smartphone that was announced at CTIA Wireless last month.
The PC maker, which picked up WebOS in its purchase of handset maker Palm, plans to bring the previously mobile-only OS to desktops, printers and other devices
Although few details are available, ARM is starting to talk about its Cortex A15 chip, a low-power core with some very server-friendly additions
The difficulty of typing on smartphone touchscreens is driving a resurgence of interest in voice recognition but desktop dictation and control has never really taken off, even though a reasonable version has been built into Windows for several years. Nuance hopes Dragon NaturallySpeaking Version 11 will get us talking to our PCs rather than shouting at them, with a 15% improvement in accuracy and voice shortcuts to make it less tedious to control your PC by talking to it.
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Do you believe that smartphones might be twice as infected with malware as Windows PCs? A poll by a leading security institute indicates it might be so.
T-Mobile USA and Nokia have gotten together to announce the impeding release of the Nokia E73 Mode. Even though the QWERTY keyboard looks bigger than the display, it's a more than decent smartphone with a budget-friendly price.
Batteries stand charged with holding up the mobile internet, but SMP technology can combat their limitations, says Laurence Bryant
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