If Polytron Technologies has its way, you'll barely be able to see your next smartphone. The Taiwan-based manufacturer has released a futuristic-looking prototype for what it hopes will be the world's first transparent smartphone.
Microsoft Corp has not made much of a dent in Apple Inc's and Google Inc's domination of mobile computing, but a top executive hinted on Wednesday that it will not stop trying and does not have an alternative strategy.
Google is giving the upcoming film "The Internship" a marketing assist, offering it what's arguably the most exclusive placement on the web: the Google home page.
In December last year Google announced plans for rolling out Google Shopping. These new and more distinct looking shopping ads are based on Product Listing ads (PLA) and appear both in a stand-alone shopping section and blend with traditional sponsored links.
Vine is the new social network app created by Twitter that lets you create and share short six-second long videos and publish them to Twitter and Facebook. It features no post-capture editing and it limits the user to a fixed set of possibilities just as Twitter did when it first launched.
Samsung has announced plans to launch multiple devices using Linux-based mobile operating system Tizen. This represents a significant move away from the Google-owned Android operating system it has used in most, but not all, of its devices to date.
Google launched ‘Enhanced Campaigns’, an evolution of AdWords that allows advertisers to manage their campaigns by location, time of day and device. The media world has become more fragmented and Google correctly believes that the changes it will be rolling out to all advertisers will deliver better results.
Michael Dell has said he will buy back the world's number three PC-maker that he founded and that carries his name.
U.S. tech writers have given Microsoft Corp's new Surface tablet-laptop hybrid largely negative reviews, casting a shadow over the software group's hopes to take a bite out of sales of Apple Inc's iPad and MacBook Air.
Research In Motion Ltd on Wednesday unveiled the long-delayed line of smartphones it hopes will put it on the comeback trail, but it disappointed investors by saying U.S. sales of its all-new BlackBerry 10 devices will not start until March, sending its share price tumbling 12 percent.
Facebook Inc doubled its mobile advertising revenue in the fourth quarter, a sign that the No.1 social network is seeing early success in expanding onto handheld devices as more of its users migrate to smartphones and tablets.
The Japanese government is set to launch the world's first 4K TV broadcast in July 2014, roughly two years ahead of schedule, to help stir demand for ultra high-definition televisions, the Asahi newspaper reported on Sunday without citing sources.
Apple Inc's iconic iPhone is losing some of its luster among Asia's well-heeled consumers in Singapore and Hong Kong, a victim of changing mobile habits and its own runaway success.
RIM is set to announce the first devices running its new BlackBerry 10 operating system at an event on January 30. A lucky few, however, have already gotten their hands on what looks to be the new hardware, including German site TelekomPresse.
Sony's new tablet is arguably the thinnest 10-inch tablet yet. It's also really light. Sony's new tablet is really thin. How thin? Thinner than the already-very-svelte iPad Mini.
Megaupload boss Kim Dotcom has set up a new cloud storage and file-sharing site.
Facebook Inc took the wraps off a new search tool on Tuesday that lets people trawl their network of friends to find everything from restaurants to movie recommendations, an improvement that's likely to increase competition with review websites like Yelp and potentially even Google Inc.
Facebook Inc's stock opened on Monday above $32 for the first time since July as anticipation about upcoming products and financial results underscored Wall Street's renewed confidence in the online social network.
Apple's stock went down and stayed down today, following news that the company had slashed orders for iPhone parts.
Scientists have been wringing their hands over the possibility of asteroid Apophis crashing into the planet, but new data from a distant flyby diminishes the chances of an Earth impact.
Nokia said strong sales of Lumia smartphones helped its mobile phone business achieve underlying profitability in the fourth quarter, raising hopes the struggling handset maker may be past the worst.
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