smartphones

  • Comcast Sets Xfinity Mobile Wireless Launch via Verizon’s Network

    Comcast Sets Xfinity Mobile Wireless Launch via Verizon’s Network

    Comcast outlined details of its Verizon-powered and Wi-Fi-boosted mobile phone service Thursday — claiming it’s going to shake up the wireless industry by offering substantially lower pricing than other carriers. The service — set to launch by mid-2017 across its footprint — will be sold as a bundle with Comcast’s...
  • Apple’s market share falls for first time in china

    Apple’s Chinese market share and shipment volume fell for the first time last year, according to market data from IDC. For 2016, Apple experienced year-on-year decline in China with the tech giant’s shipments volume to China falling from 58.4 million units in 2015 to 44.9 million in 2016. Meanwhile,...
  • Reliance Jio to launch India’s cheapest 4G VoLTE smartphone at Rs 1000

    INDIA: Reliance Jio’s Lyf phones have been selling in India for quite some months now, however, the company still needs to tap the rural and tier-III markets for its data services and mobile business. Jio may soon launch a series of feature phones with 4G VoLTE support. The phones...
  • World’s first 20-megapixel selfie camera, launched in India

    At an event in Mumbai, Vivo has launched a new smartphone under its V-series, called the V5. This is essentially the successor to the V3, which was launched earlier this year in April. The Vivo V5 is priced at Rs 17,890, and it will be up for pre-orders between...
  • Samsung Patents Holographic TV Tech for Future Displays

    While the majority of us will of course understand that Samsung is a major, major player in the world of mobile technologies thanks to their smartphone and tablet divisions, but they are also a major player in consumer electronics, too. For Samsung, their TV division is a huge earner...
  • Motorola Moto Z Perfect review

    At one point, it appeared as if modular smartphones were going to be all the rage. While they perhaps haven’t become as prevalent as many had expected (RIP Project Ara), it hasn’t stopped phones such as the LG G5 having a go at optional add-ons, with the forthcoming Lenovo...
  • This Is Your Brain on Quantum Computers

    Machines enrich and enhance our lives, whether it’s the smartphones that allow us to stay connected or the supercomputers that solve our toughest computational problems. Imagine how much more productive and innovative our world will be when computers become infinitely more powerful. Indeed, the growing field of quantum computing...