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News and Articles About Smartphones
Huawei Plans Big Push to Sell Its Phones, Wearable Devices in U.S.
After legislators branded it a national security threat, the company is planning a campaign to win over U.S. consumers.
Apple Who? Samsung Unveils Sleek New Galaxy Phones.
The latest Galaxy S smartphones feature a slim body made from aircraft-grade metal.
BlackBerry Makes Its Software Available on Apple, Android and Windows Devices
The company aims to expand its cross-platform strategy and deliver its often admired security, productivity and communication tools to many more smartphones and tablets.
5 Billion Android Apps Open to Hacking
Attackers are exploiting flaws in Google's popular operating system.
Motorola's Moto E 'Press Conference' Is Like Nothing You've Ever Seen
When coming up with your own marketing and press materials, remember to be creative while also keeping your audience in mind.
Google Expands Push Into Workplace With Android for Work Effort
The aim is to make smartphones running Android software more appealing to corporations.
Believe It or Not, the New BlackBerry Classic Looks Great
The phone does three things that might get a lot of attention.
FTC Fines Two Health Apps That 'Lack Adequate Evidence to Support Their Claims'
Both apps said they could diagnose melanoma via simple smartphone snapshots.
BlackBerry Updates Software, Offers Access to Android Apps
Users of its entire suite of BlackBerry 10 devices can now access Android applications as well as a host of other features.
Samsung Wants to Make Wireless Charging Mainstream With Latest Flagship Phone
Days ahead of the release its Galaxy S6, the Korean tech giant teased that 2015 would be a landmark year for the technology.
In Growth Strategy, Tech Giant Sony Could Stop Selling TVs and Smartphones
Sony aims to boost operating profit 25-fold within three years.
Samsung Plans to Use Cash Pile to Fund Growth, Acquisitions
'Our primary objective is growth and that is what we are communicating to our shareholders.'
Smartphone Theft Drops in London, Two U.S. Cities as Anti-Theft Kill Switches Installed
So far, Apple, Samsung and Google have implemented kill switches on their smartphone devices.
The Next U.S. Corporate Security Risk: Dating Apps
Using apps like Tinder or OkCupid on company smartphones can pose a significant vulnerability, IBM says.
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