Once, UWB-based Wireless USB failed to make inroads as a cable replacement technology. Now, a UWB variant aimed at precisely locating objects seems poised to join Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC as a ubiquitous wireless technology.
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Microsoft's Android handset elevates the long-tried dual-screen handset to a new height with a slim design, differentiated usage modes, and wide screens. While it offers more work area than mainstream market leaders while costing less than folding flagships, it must confront a future of more affordable folding displays.
I have no plans to again gorge on the junk food of acquaintanceships.
A simple accessory would help define the device's identity.
Powered by a smartphone's processor, storage, and connectivity, laptop docks should be a showcase for desktop environments such as Samsung's DeX. But the small teams creating them haven't supported a quality experience.
Blackberry's termination of its brand license to TCL raises questions about what led to the split and whether this is truly the end of a once-dominant phone brand.
The makers of the Puffin browser have applied their cloud expertise to a new operating system that they claim will outperform Android on low-end hardware, but its fee structure could be a deal-breaker for the next billion.
KaiOS is racking up tens of millions of users by catering to the feature phone market. Its momentum with carriers could turn it into a formidable IoT player.
The folding display on the inside of the Galaxy Phone rightly gets all the attention, but the phone would be far less compelling without its narrow cover screen.
The iPhone XS would normally be the heir apparent to the iPhone X. But the XR's mix of features are going to make it more compelling for most buyers