Category: smartphones

How to Pre-order the Motorola Razr 0

How to Pre-order the Motorola Razr

Image: Motorola We’ve been hearing about the resurrected Motorola Razr phone for ages now, but we’re finally a few days out from the official start of preorders: January 26. We’ll show you where to...

Whatever happened to the Next Big Things? 0

Whatever happened to the Next Big Things?

In tech, this was the smartphone decade. In 2009, Symbian was still the dominant ‘smartphone’ OS, but 2010 saw the launch of the iPhone 4, the Samsung Galaxy S, and the Nexus One, and...

Apple reportedly working on satellite technology for direct wireless iPhone data transmission 0

Apple reportedly working on satellite technology for direct wireless iPhone data transmission

Apple is said to be working on satellite technology, having hired a number of aerospace engineers to form team along with satellite and antenna designers, according to a new report from Bloomberg. The report...

Universal Acceptance is the first-mover advantage that may be worth billions 0

Universal Acceptance is the first-mover advantage that may be worth billions

Smart global companies — and companies with global aspirations — are taking action to eliminate a major blind spot Chris Mondini Contributor Chris Mondini is VP of Stakeholder Engagement North America and Global Business...

BMW says ‘ja’ to Android Auto 0

BMW says ‘ja’ to Android Auto

BMW today announced that it is finally bringing Android Auto to its vehicles, starting in July 2020. With that, it will join Apple’s CarPlay in the company’s vehicles. The first live demo of Android...

Nodle crowdsources IoT connectivity 0

Nodle crowdsources IoT connectivity

Nodle, which is competing in the TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin Startup Battlefield this week, is based on a simple premise: What if you could crowdsource the connectivity of smart sensors by offloading it to smartphones?...

North ending production of current Focals smart glasses to focus on Focals 2.0 0

North ending production of current Focals smart glasses to focus on Focals 2.0

Smart glasses maker North announced today that it will be ending production of its first-generation Focals glasses, which it brought to market for consumers last year. The company says it will instead shift its...

Apple says its ultra wideband technology is why newer iPhones appear to share location data, even when the setting is disabled 0

Apple says its ultra wideband technology is why newer iPhones appear to share location data, even when the setting is disabled

This week, security reporter Brian Krebs asked why the newest iPhone 11 Pro appeared to be sending out a user’s location even when the user disabled Location Services in their phone’s settings, in conflict...