Although not widely available yet, there are a host of new broadband technologies being developed
By Rupert Goodwins
| August 18, 2003 -- 10:50 GMT (03:50 PDT)
| Topic: Mobility
RISC-V opens up processor design
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New 5G business models
Spectre and Meltdown: Insecurity at the heart of modern CPU design
Asus ZenBook Pro Duo UX581 review: Unique design, but beware the trade-offs
Samsung launches 0.7µm pixel image sensor
Samsung continues its efforts in making image sensors smaller with the launch of a 0.7µm pixel Isocell Slim GH1.
Google launches Play Pass app and game subscription service
The $4.99 per month service lets users access over 350 premium games and apps with no ads or in-app payments.
Back from the dead: $549 Axon 10 Pro rises to fight pricey Apple, Samsung flagships
You are not going to find another comparable Android phone, with this set of components and features, lower than this price point.
Samsung's Galaxy Fold launches in the US on Sept. 27
The company's first smartphone with a foldable display is ready for the US.
Samsung: Your $2,000 Galaxy Fold's screen is so precious it needs 'extra care'
Keep keys, coins, and cards away from the Galaxy Fold's powerful magnets, says Samsung.
iPhone 11, iPhone XS owners: You can expect CPU speed throttling, says Apple
After launching the iPhone 11, Apple explains why it will eventually need to throttle the device's performance.
A Microsoft salesman gave me a clever reason to dump my iPhone
Nomad rugged leather cases: Trio protects your new Apple iPhone 11 Pro in style