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When it comes to gadgets, there's plenty to look forward to next year.
Will today's smartphone shoppers -- ever in pursuit of the next big thing -- be enticed by a product harkening back to the primitive devices of yore? BlackBerry hopes so.
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With Cicret on your wrist, you'll never lose touch with your smartphone again. You wear it like a second skin.
A company called Circular Devices has created something it calls the 'Puzzlephone.'
The Canadian company just announced a new trade-in program that will offer iPhone owners up to $550 for their device if they purchase a Blackberry Passport.
The Japanese tech giant sees growth in PlayStation, image sensors.
A nanotech company says it has developed technology that can charge a mobile phone in a few seconds and an electric car in minutes.
Electronics giant under pressure from cheaper Chinese device makers, Apple's iPhone.
Is there really room for a third mobile operating system after Apple's iOS and Google's Android? For years, Samsung has thought so -- but it has yet to deliver.
A trio of Singaporean entrepreneurs just won $30,000 in funding for an app called Apple Tree, which is designed to encourage face-to-face interaction.
With an upcoming national rollout, dead battery anxiety is soon to be a thing of the past -- as long as you're near a Starbucks.
The report by communications giant Ericsson also stated that mobile growth is happening the fastest in India and China, with video comprising the largest segment of data traffic.
The company unveiled its new mobile-device management and security platform, and hopes new wide-ranging partnerships will bolster its capabilities.
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