HTC’s been having some tough times lately. While one of the major manufacturer of Android devices, the company is having a hard time enjoying the same amount of success as its key rival Samsung, who, other than Apple, is the...
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The Galaxy S 4, Samsung's latest and greatest, has a cute feature we'll probably see in a lot of phones soon: You can shoot both yourself and your surroundings at the same time, using the front- and back-mounted cameras....
HTC and Microsoft go a long way back when the company used to exclusively make smartphones running Windows Mobile. Naturally, then, when Microsoft released Windows Phone, HTC was onboard with some really neat devices at...
BlackBerry no longer owns the fast-paced, innovative smartphone world but the company, whose email-on-your-hip devices once revolutionized the industry, now aims to run it.
Samsung is courting developers in the hopes of bringing more Galaxy-feature-specific apps to its existing and future handsets.
Sony Corp cut its sales targets for digital cameras, smartphones and tablets by 13-17 percent for the year to end-March 2015, but said there were "encouraging" signs of a revival in its electronics business.
Intel Corp's new chief executive, Brian Krzanich, has launched a sweeping company reorganization and created a unit aimed at growing its market share in mobile technology.
Yahoo! announced Monday it would acquire blogging platform Tumblr for $1.1 billion, saying the two companies "share a vision to make the Internet the ultimate creative canvas."
Sources claim the search giant Google is set to roll out a true alternative to the Microsoft Office productivity suite. The app, which will also provide Excel and PowerPoint file functionality, is expected to first roll out to Chromebook Pixel owners as a browser extension before entering the wider Google ecosystem.
Using an unusual global tax structure, Apple Inc has held billions of dollars in profits in Irish subsidiaries to pay little or no taxes to any government, a US Senate report on the company's offshore tax structure concluded on Monday.
Yahoo Inc Chief Executive Marissa Mayer's $1.1 billion acquisition of blogging service Tumblr will be a test of her ability to revive the aging Web portal. Luckily for her, her performance may be graded generously.
Yahoo Inc will buy blogging service Tumblr for $1.1 billion cash, giving the Internet pioneer a much-needed social media platform to reach a younger generation of users and breathe new life into its ailing brand.
Microsoft Corp is expanding its services for hosting and processing online data in Australia with the establishment of two new "cloud" computing data centers in the country.
Yahoo Inc announced on Monday it would shell out $1.1 billion to buy blogging service Tumblr, in a bid to revitalize its brand and attract a younger generation of users.
China’s second largest telecom gear maker, ZTE, is looking at the Indian market for growth this year as it look to recover last year’s USD 400 million losses.
Yahoo! geared up for a major announcement Monday said to be a $1.1 billion deal to take over popular blogging platform Tumblr, a move that could bring a younger, hipper audience to the struggling Internet pioneer.
Intel's new CEO Brian Krzanich on Thursday said that under his leadership the top chipmaker will be more responsive to customers in an intensified focus on the fast-growing smartphone and tablet market where it lags its rivals.
Electronics product company Panasonic today said it is aiming to capture 8 per cent market share in the country's smartphone segment within a year.
Sending and receiving money was never this easy. In a series of other announcements that Google made at its annual developer conference, it also announced a major addition to its emailing service, which is, users can now send money as an attachment.
Samsung's newest Galaxy S4 smartphone is just a revamped version of its top-selling S3 phone with a bigger screen and a few software gimmicks. Samsung Galaxy S4 will be launched in India on Friday at Rs 41,500.