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Internet of Things helping businesses cut energy consumption, costs
Utilizing the Internet of Things (IoT) is helping some businesses cut their energy costs.
Xiaomi preparing to launch smartphones, connected tech in Europe
Xiaomi announces plans for smartphone and connected tech product offerings in Europe.
Huawei plans its invasion of US market with smartphones, wearables
Huawei wants a bigger footprint in the United States, focusing on smartphones and wearables.
Intel's new Cherry Trail x5, x7 and x3 Atom SoC Lineup Preview
Today at MWC 2015, Intel unveiled its upcoming Cherry Trail x5 and x7 SoC processors as well as full details on the Atom x3. Here's our preview.
Report: 5 billion Google Android apps are vulnerable to cyberattack
There are up to 5 billion Google Android devices vulnerable to potential cyberattack.
Dropping phablet prices putting pressure on smaller-sized smartphones
Dropping phablet prices are putting pressure on smaller-sized smartphones.
Tim Cook: Apple Watch could replace car keys for newer vehicles
The Apple Watch could be used to replace car keys and has other appealing features, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook.
NPD: Mobile gaming grew 20 percent in 2014, creating opportunities
Mobile gaming grew 20 percent in 2014, creating new opportunities for in-app and mobile purchases.
BlackBerry working with Google to better secure Android mobile OS
Google getting help from BlackBerry to improve Android OS security.
Mobile security issues open the door to compromise users
Poor mobile app security leaves users vulnerable to data breach.
Nix Sensor preparing to launch NIX Pro portable color sensor
Nix Sensor is preparing to launch the NIX Pro scanner next month.
Report: Invisible wearables to be an $80 billion industry by 2020
Report predicts invisible wearables industry will be worth $80 billion per year by 2020.
AMD Carrizo Performance Mobile APU with Excavator Core Preview
AMD recently introduced the world to its latest mobile APU, Carrizo. With it, AMD promises large power savings and performances in the years ahead.
Apple, Google prepare to battle it out in connected car tech market
Google and Apple are going to have a fierce fight in the surging connected car technology market.
Presto has launched on Android and iOS
Presto mobile subscription streaming service has launched for iOS and Android in Australia.
Apple Pay taking over mobile payments as rivals struggle to compete
Apple Pay is enjoying success in the mobile payments ecosystem, as competitors struggle to create rival offerings.
IDC: Xiaomi took over as smartphone leader in China
Xiaomi is now the No. 1 smartphone manufacturer in China, able to successfully topple Apple and Samsung.
Report: 99% of malware-infected smartphones running Google Android
The majority of smartphones infected with malware, a whopping 99%, are running the Google Android operating system, new report finds.
Ryanair looks to create solutions for passengers wearing smartwatches
Ryanair will give smartwatch owners additional features.
NVIDIA withdraws overclocking support in latest GTX 900M drivers
NVIDIA customers are outraged as the latest driver release sees overclocking capabilities removed from the GTX 900M series of video cards.
Smartphone apps able to track physical activity as good as wearables
Smartphone apps are able to track physical activity and data just as well as smartphones, Penn survey reveals.
Report: Google Android under pressure by iPhone, with sales dropping
The Google Android mobile OS is under pressure by the Apple iPhone, with sales dropping as competition heats up.
Intel fully embracing Internet of Things transition to connected tech
Intel is embracing the Internet of Things (IoT), even if no one is really sure how the technology will develop in coming years.
Mobile payments expected to see boost in 2015, thanks to Apple Pay
Mobile payments will see continued growth in 2015 and beyond, in large part because of Apple Pay, as consumers show higher interest.
HP says home security systems aren't as secure as people like to think
IoT-connected security systems are becoming more popular, but may not be as secure as we like to think.
EA ponders a future in which tablets are more powerful than consoles
It's possible tablets could one day be more powerful than game consoles, and the industry must be ready for that, EA believes.
Xiaomi's growth continues to pressure other smartphone vendors
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi continues to gain success, putting pressure on other established manufacturers.
ARM shows off Cortex-A72 processor and Mali-T880 graphics chip
Smartphones will be even more powerful, as ARM shows off new mobile technologies.
Tablets suffer first year-over-year shipment drop, analysts say
The tablet industry continues to struggle, but just in time for Microsoft Windows 10 to possibly lend a hand.
Hipster Whale is an example of Indie developing done well
Indie app developers Indie Whale have hit the big time - Crossy Road has seen 30 million app downloads in just a few months.
Facebook posts strong Q4 financial results as smartphone ads fare well
Facebook posts impressive Q4 results as smartphone ad revenue skyrockets.
Bill Gates impressed by HoloLens, says it may take a few years
Microsoft founder Bill Gates is impressed by HoloLens, but warns the technology could take a few years to develop further.
Sony mobile may cut 1000 more jobs
Sony mobile may be cutting 1,000 more jobs as part of a restructuring plan.
Electronic Arts publishes positive Q3 FY15 Financial Results
Electronic Arts reports great Q3 FY15 Financial Results.
Deutsche Telekom: Mobile devices weak spot in fight against cybercrime
Mobile security is a weak point for those trying to defend against cyberattacks, Deutsche Telekom says.
US Sherrifs uneasy about Google Waze tracking police movements
US Police officers unsteady about Google's Waze app tracking their movements freely - claiming cop-killers have it easier.
Microsoft saw increased demand for Surface, but is the tablet doomed?
Even with increasing interest in the Microsoft Surface tablet, could the end be near for the device?
Retailers interested in adopting Apple Pay mobile payment service
Retailers have shown increased interest in adopting the Apple Pay mobile payment service, and 2015 could be a big year for mobile payment services.
Analyst: Apple Pay likely didn't contribute to Apple's 2014 success
Apple Pay could help usher mobile payments to the mainstream, but didn't widely contribute to Apple's Q4 2014 success, analyst says.
Connected homes could pose major security concerns to early adopters
Following Edward Snowden's leaks unveiling NSA and GCHQ surveillance, privacy has become a hot topic - and the IoT could pose great challenges.
Key to wider wearable adoption could be to just keep things simple
For companies trying to get consumers and business users to adopt wearables, keeping things simple and easy-to-use should be important.
US wireless carrier battle presents great opportunity for subscribers
All four major US wireless carriers are fighting for subscribers, but the spot for the No. 3 spot between T-Mobile and Sprint is especially fierce.
Report: Active seniors enjoying the Internet, especially using PCs
Baby Boomers enjoy Internet connectivity, especially using PCs, but with rising interest in smartphones and tablets.
BlackBerry wants Congress to force app devs to create BlackBerry apps
BlackBerry CEO John Chen plans to ask Congress to make it mandatory app developers include apps for its platform.
Acer launches two new Chromebooks geared towards students
Acer launches two new affordable Chromebooks designed for students in the classroom.