Sony launched two new products at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, projector Xperia Plus and smartphone Xperia XZ Premium.
The iconic Nokia 3310 handset has made a comeback and is soon to be on sale for $52, revamped by Finnish start-up HMD Global.
Chinese firm TCL Communications has launched a new device under the BlackBerry brand which features a physical keyboard.
Greenpeace protesters crashed Samsung’s launch event at the Mobile World Congress, expressing concerns about how the fire-prone Galaxy Note 7s will be disposed.
Samsung is taking a swipe at Apple's iPad with its newest gadgets, the Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Book.
DarkMatter CEO Faisal Al Bannai speaks about what he claims is the most secure mobile phone in the world, adding that heads of state are target customers.
Ericsson CEO Borje Ekholm tells CNBC that while 5G has been a buzzword for a long time, the technology is nearing its implementation stage.
Mats Granryd, director general of GSMA, discusses the impact of technology, detailing that the industry is worth 4.4 percent of the world's GDP.
Telenor CEO Sigve Brekke discusses challenges facing the technology industry, adding that it is becoming harder to monetise demand for more mobile data.
HMD CEO Arto Nummela speaks about the retro relaunch of Nokia's iconic 3310 phone, adding that the decision brings the "fun factor" to the brand.
Tuong Nguyen, principal analyst at Gartner, discusses why Chinese smartphone makers are more popular in EMs than DMs.
*New version of retro phone 3310 priced at 49 euros. Nokia also launched four moderately priced smartphones ranging from 139 to 299 euros. It gets a lot of affection from millions and millions of people, "Nokia Chief Executive Rajeev Suri told a news conference at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the telecom industry's largest annual trade fair.
NEW YORK— Samsung's product showcase Sunday is notable for what's missing: a new flagship phone. That's partly so that Samsung wouldn't have to share the stage with its smartphone rivals at the Mobile World Congress trade show, which begins Monday in Barcelona, Spain. "The microscope is going to be firmly on Samsung," said Geoff Blaber, an analyst with the research...
BARCELONA, Feb 26- Huawei is introducing a mass-market version of its premium business phone, to take advantage of a gap created by the withdrawal of Samsung's flagship Galaxy Note 7 after a crisis with its batteries catching fire. Huawei has aggressively expanded its mid- to high-end phones and is going head to head in Asia and Europe with Apple and Samsung in the...
NEW YORK— Samsung's fiasco with its fire-prone Note 7 phone has pushed its rival LG to take additional precautions with its next smartphone. Samsung recalled millions of Note 7 phones after dozens overheated and caught on fire. "We started by placing these two as far apart as possible and then built the phone around it," LG spokesman Frank Lee said.
BARCELONA, Spain, Feb 25- Blackberry Ltd may have exited the device business, but fans of the pioneering email machine need not despair as Chinese smartphone maker TCL Communication has introduced its first Blackberry-licensed phone with the physical keyboard that was long its key allure. The new BlackBerry KEYone smartphone was unveiled here ahead of the...
ProtectPax is a liquid nano glass that creates a protective seal on smartphones making it six times harder to break.
The rules approved by the FCC in October in a 3-2 vote were aimed at protecting sensitive personal consumer data.
Yes, there are a slew of free apps on the market, but if you aren't paying then you are probably agreeing to hand over your personal data.
The company is continuing to expand the reach of its next-generation texting app.