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Smartphone battle moves from software to hardware with a crucial component to cut power consumption and allow faster data transmission.
Device-makers align around a wireless charging technology that works through tables to charge multiple devices—and it’s expected in products later this year.
Facing a declining market for e-readers, E Ink’s new R&D facility is trying out some different ideas.
An industry hopes to make Web-connected gadgets from different makers work well together.
Qualcomm shows how a smart watch can make sense: by offering only limited functions.
World’s largest smartphone chipmaker offers to custom-build very efficient neuro-inspired chips for phones, robots, and vision systems.
If it can cleverly blend hardware and software in new ways, reach new markets, and take advantage of Nokia’s patent portfolio, Microsoft’s billions could be well spent.
One of the world’s largest chip makers is helping to instigate a boom in wireless health devices.
Factual, a company that provides location data on places, thinks more apps could make use of its information.
Samsung’s technology for ultrafast data speeds currently requires a truckload of equipment.