Google is developing a virtual reality headset that doesn't require a smartphone, PC or game console, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Qualcomm Technologies said the launch of sample quantities of the industry's first gigabit-class LTE modem is an important step towards 5G.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer takes current CEO Satya Nadella to task over the company's lack of direction in mobile in an interview with Business Insider.
BlackBerry confirmed that it laid off 200 employees in its headquarters in Waterloo, Ontario, and also in Florida. The company said in a statement provided to media outlets including the New York Times that "we remain focused on driving efficiencies across our global workforce. This means finding new ways to enable us to capitalize on growth opportunities, while driving toward sustainable profitability across all parts of our business."
Gartner predicted 274.6 million wearable electronic devices will be sold worldwide in 2016, an increase of 18.4 per cent from 232 million units in 2015.
Apple is preparing to launch a trade-in program for damaged iPhones and will soon offer to install screen protectors on the handsets in its retail stores, according to a report from 9to5Mac.
Canonical unveiled the new Aquaris M10 Edition tablet today, which it claims enables Ubuntu to be "the only platform able to run both a mobile and true PC experience on the same device." The Aquaris M10 is being manufactured by BQ, the Madrid-based software developer and consumer electronics vendor that has produced two Ubuntu-running smartphones. And like other hybrids, the Aquaris M10 Edition tablet is designed for both touchscreen navigation and keyboard compatibility.
The worldwide tablet market declined yet again in the fourth quarter of 2015 with 65.9 million units shipped, down 13.7 per cent year-on-year.
Xiaomi phones aren't coming to the U.S. after all – at least not yet.
A little-known MVNO is bringing two Chinese phone manufacturers to the U.S. market. And one of them is a powerhouse.