The company will be focusing on premium products with a higher price tag
The company will be focusing on premium products with a higher price tag
At the same time, Canonical is finally delivering on its promise to deliver one codebase for all devices. The upshot is you'll be able to use the first Ubuntu tablet, the Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet, as a PC as well as a tablet.
The Nextbit Robin is shipping soon, invites from Samsung and LG are out, and rumors of other devices continue to develop. 2016 is starting out with plenty of new smartphones to consider.
There are many folks who enjoy listening to music when they run and who also don't want to carry a phone. TomTom stepped up to release the best music-focused GPS sport watch.
Apple has filed a new patent that could point to force-sensitive technology for the home button on the iPhone.
Aimed at business users, Vaio has unveiled its first Windows Phone 10 device that borrows from Vaio's line of laptops.
The European Central Bank is planning to allow customers to link their mobile number or email address to their bank accounts to reduce complications related to payment transfers.
HTC believes its move into the virtual reality and connected devices market will help improve results, where for 4Q15 the company reported operating loss of NT$4.1 billion.
The New South Wales government has added fine payments to its Service NSW app, allowing citizens to view and pay infringements via their smartphone.
I spend so much of my time and effort explaining to friends, colleagues, customers and strangers in the street, that 'mobility' is more than carriage and devices.
Ericsson has announced a set of products to advance 4G speeds, including combining 3CC, 4x4 MIMO, 256 QAM, and Lean Carrier; an elastic RAN cloud architecture; and spectrum boosters for radio.
LG's next flagship smartphone is said to include a "Magic Slot" for high-end accessories.
Pebble continues to improve the Pebble Time with a major update to Pebble Health and messaging functionality for both iOS and Android smartphone users.
The new Fitbit Alta is the second wearable announced by Fitbit in 2016. It follows the Blaze design language with a more fashionable design while offering advanced functionality.
Previously only available for smaller iOS devices, the Duet Display app can now work with the iPad Pro.
Apple's iPad is an impressive piece of technology. Here's what you need to know to get the most out of it as a business tool.
Tech gear, from the big stuff like notebooks, tablets, and smartphones, to smaller stuff like storage devices and smart bulbs.
In "go big or go home" world of tech, these products went home.
Smartphones serve as the music hub for millions of people and if you commute, work, and play with music then you may be pleased that you have another choice on Android.
If you're running around Silicon Valley pitching your stealth startup and you need to keep data away from prying eyes, have a look at these five USB drives that use physical and electronic locks to protect your sensitive data.
The latest BlackBerry phone lands with two flagship features: Android, and a physical keyboard.
Usually, annoying bits of bloatware just take up precious space. But you won't begrudge these one byte.
The newest iPad will be available in just a week or two and there are already alternative keyboards to Apple's own. We've rounded up the current options for your convenience. Only one features Apple's new Smart Connector.
This tough tablet can be bumped, scraped, and dropped, and even survive spills and dust. It's also secure through-and-through, with a trusted secure module chip and a fingerprint reader.
Beyond smartphones, this year Japanese firms have taken a shine to robots (surprise, there), projection, displays and connected home systems.
Protect your assets with these hidden GPS trackers to make sure your possessions stay safe and easy to locate.
We searched for the top ultra-rugged, splash proof, portable, take anywhere Bluetooth speakers we could find. Here are some Bluetooth speakers that will take what you can throw at them.
The iPad is a solid working system when paired with a good keyboard. These are the best we've used, and where possible we've included links to the review of each one.
Millions of new iPhones are immediately placed in a protective case and Moshi's new lineup looks, feels, and functions well. Check out these options for your new iPhone 6s Plus.
Hundreds of die-hard Apple fans lined up in the rain to obtain one of the new iPhones, launched on Friday morning -- though significantly less turned up than for the iPhone 6 launch.
case study Adopting mobile videoconferencing has helped raise productivity and collaboration for Mydin Mohamed Holdings, which runs retail chain in Malaysia.
Singapore Changi Airport turns to technology for solutions to maintain consistent customer service standards and better serve growing number of passengers.
The business world is just starting to catch up to the trend. Workers are faced with older technology, slow laptops or both, graciously provided by their company, are bringing their own to the office. Their current and fast devices offer more freedom and familiarity, but it comes with a possible cost to the enterprise. So how can organizations balance what employees want with what can be properly managed?Join Emmy Award winning journalist Jonas Tichenor as he dives into the trend with ZDNet Editor-in-Chief Larry Dignan and TechRepublic Editor-in-Chief Jason Hiner. You'll get a better perspective on what's driving the trend in the enterprise and where it may be going in the future.
Small and midsize businesses are always seeking new ways to create a competitive advantage. Mobile technologies represent one of the most promising opportunities for SMBs to find that edge, in the shape of tools that can help small-business owners and managers streamline operational expenses and open up new revenue streams. Which mobile technologies warrant further investigation immediately? Which will take months if not years to evolve? What mobile trends are your employees and customers embracing? How do you know where to begin? Recorded from a ZDNet webcast on March 27, 2012.
At Ignition West in San Francisco, Broadcom CEO Scott McGregor talks about a new chip that will help users track a smartphone user's location anywhere indoors to within 20-30 feet of where they're standing.
In honor of the print edition of Encyclopedia Britannica's passing into the digital pages of the history books, we discuss new media's age old question: is print dead yet (or is it merely a walking zombie)? Craigslist has decimated a valued profit center in the world of printed newspapers. Printed books have given way to Kindle readers on every street corner. Glossy magazines are desperately trying to find new life in interactive iPad editions. Meanwhile, most specialty trade and technical publications long ago felt the need to jump to the Web. And now, despite almost of decade of Britannica's experts screaming into the wind that Wikipedia wasn't a legitimate source of educational information, Britannica's storied 244-year-old print edition gives up the ghost, due in large part to the existence of Wikipedia. In this video, ZDNet's David Gewirtz and Josh Gingold discuss what's changed in the world of online content, what it means to marketers, and how it will likely impact the world of business.Recorded from a ZDNet webcast on March 20, 2012.
Calling this a "privacy" phone is a stretch, but it has some redeeming features. A keyboard for one, and Android for another.
If you like the LG G4 and don't mind the bump in size and weight, then you will love the LG V10.
Its premium design and construction is well worth the price.
Buy it if you want a well-built Chromebook for all-day use, but spend the extra money for at least 4GB of memory, if not a faster processor.
HTC made some unusual moves with the HTC One A9, but the mid-level processor and small capacity battery turned out to be non-issues. However, the $500 price may just be too high when compared to other Android smartphones available today.
The Yoga Tab 3 Pro is a well-made Android tablet with an integrated pico-projector, good battery life, a mobile broadband option and a high-quality 10.1-inch screen.
ASUS has made a good job of this Atom-based 8-inch Android tablet, although fewer bundled apps that can't be removed would be preferable.
The Nexus 6P is an awesome device and earns a near perfect 10. It has great specifications, provides you with the latest version of Android and the promise of first updates in the future, and is priced less than other flagship phones.
If you are looking for an excellent mid-range device that you can count on for future Android updates, then the Google Nexus 5X is definitely one of the best. The 32GB internal storage may be an issue for power users, but then again power users should pick up the bigger Nexus 6P.
This tank-like tablet has a durable design, allowing it to withstand some of the toughest climates.
Good design and a once-a-month recharge cycle set the Vector Watch apart from other wearables, but is it enough to ditch your analogue wristwear?
The quest for the best mobile work system may be over. The BrydgeAir turns the iPad Air 2 into a near MacBook clone, for a price.
Meet the latest iteration of the secure and privacy-centric Android-based smartphone.
This premium-priced convertible has plenty of impressive features and excellent build quality, but the tablet lacks connectivity and must be charged via an adapter.