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The company also announced a pair of new Pavilion TouchSmart all-in-one PCs.
Rumours abound that HTC is thinking about releasing a stock Android version of the HTC One — but would this be the best decision?
Nokia is known for their optics and it is great to see them heavily promoting it in some new commercials for the Verizon Lumia 928. Will these commercials and targeted marketing plan resonate with consumers?
Highlights from the refreshed notebooks include a version of the Envy TouchSmart 14 Ultrabook with 3,200x1,600 screen and the $399 Pavilion 11 TouchSmart.
Spain’s two biggest mobile operators are facing tough times, as consumers increasingly switch to low-cost alternatives.
The Lenovo Group has managed to post strong fourth quarter numbers in a market generally down for PC sales. The company's PC line with its diverse form factors that take advantage of Windows 8 is an apparent winner.
The Kindle Fire represents a real threat to the Android tablet landscape not because of the Amazon logo, but because of its highly disruptive pricing.
AMD debuts new silicon, including the world's first 28-nanometer, quad-core x86 SoC APU aimed at small touch-enabled notebooks, tablets and hybrids.
Country sees a 92 percent increase in mobile data traffic last year, driven by both 2G and 3G services, reveals MBit Index study.
Indian CIOs say they are struggling to securely manage personal devices employees use to access corporate networks and applications, reveals a new survey.
For those that need a ruggedized smartphone, the Cat B15 may be a decent competitor priced at a reasonable $350 with no carrier contract.
The government has released the first ever set of guidelines to regulate the payment model and foster industry growth
Several people have recently departed HTC, but that doesn't mean the company is shutting the doors. There may be marketing strategy changes, a focus only on Asia, or some other strategy we do not yet know about.
Adobe taps into a number of M&A trends at once with Thumb Labs being that it is a mobile app design startup based in New York City.
Despite apps such as Bump on the market, there has yet to be a suitable replacement for calling cards. Perhaps Google Drive can fill the void?