After years of bickering, Netflix and Comcast are working together to provide their subscribers with a more enjoyable experience when they’re watching movies and television shows over high-speed Internet connections.
BlackBerry will release a low-cost phone in Indonesia in April and plans a broader release of a phone that restores a beloved row of control keys with a track pad.
The Galaxy S5 is Samsung’s first real attempt at a smartphone where the specs aren’t what matter. And it’s already more interesting than anything Samsung has produced in the last few years.
Today at the Mobile World Congress wireless show in Barcelona, Samsung unveiled its latest flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S5.
Never mind the old YotaPhone, here’s the real YotaPhone.
Sony is borrowing innovations from its audio and camcorder businesses and incorporating its new Xperia Z2 smartphone with noise-cancelling technology and ultra-high-definition video recording.
These are fascinating developments that we industry watchers will follow closely, and ones that should be of interest to consumers everywhere.
Samsung is expected to announce a successor to its flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone. That’s bad news for all the other phone makers trying to get noticed at the Mobile World Congress wireless show.
Whether you’re trying to identify something you’d like to buy, checking for deals or looking for information on what you see in the world around you, visual search apps can help.
How’s this for gall? Take away hundreds of dollars in subsidies that cellphone customers have enjoyed for years. Then pass it off as an improvement. The major U.S. wireless companies are doing just that. And many of their customers seem to like it.
They’re not radically different, but the operating system’s a big shift.
An upcoming documentary about virtual reality will be an example of the medium itself.