Smartphones

Nokia Launches Android-Powered Smartphones

Are Nokia’s latest devices a weird misfire, or a counterintuitive stroke of genius? continue…

Google’s Project Tango Seeks to Map a 3D World

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At the heart of the project is a prototype smartphone capable of capturing and analyzing 3D measurements. continue…

Why Would Nokia Produce an Android Smartphone?

Is there a strategy behind a Microsoft subsidiary releasing an Android device? Or is this a repeat of Nokia’s N9 experience? continue…

Apple Gearing Up Sapphire Manufacturing for iPhone Screens: Report

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Sapphire displays would make the iPhone that much tougher. continue…

Lenovo Wants to Crush Apple and Samsung

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The company now has significant smartphone and IT-infrastructure divisions, thanks to a $5 billion spending spree. continue…

Google’s Motorola Adventure: Stinging Failure, or Slight Victory?

Google’s little smartphone-manufacturing adventure cost it at least $7.1 billion. Was it worth it? continue…

HP Taking a Run at Phablets

Hewlett-Packard sees Android as its best chance for getting back into the mobile-device market after its webOS debacle. continue…

Latest Android Figures Suggest Fragmentation Alive and Well

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The latest version of the popular mobile OS, KitKat, holds a mere 1.4 percent of the Android market. continue…

Corning Unveils Anti-Microbial Gorilla Glass

Bonded with ionic silver, the glass is partially intended for industries where a lot of people tap and swipe the same touch-screens. continue…

Resources for Building Web Apps in a BYOD World

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Web apps are probably the closest programmers are going to get to the “write once, deploy anywhere” ideal. These apps are best suited for users that need to collaborate, share, publish and/or distribute data. Often, the “heavy lifting” for a Web app is done on the server side. They’re available anywhere there’s a Web browser and an Internet connection. This makes them ideal for a BYOD environment. No matter which device a user is carrying, it will have some form… continue…