From a simple way to steal a glance at your smartphone to slide-out second screens, a host of options provide the benefits of multiple displays to laptops.
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Much to LG's chagrin, most of the significant market share that it will vacate in the US will be filled by a Samsung ready to pounce with its A-series phones.
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.
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.
The aspiring "safe" wireless carrier for kids' phones has taken the nuclear option of removing virtually all apps as well as any app store.