• smartphone

    A smartphone is a cellular telephone with an integrated computer and other features not originally associated with telephones, such as an operating system, Web browsing and the ability to run software applications. This definition explores the question "What's the difference between a smartphone...

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  • Smartphone biometrics: Risks and implementation hurdles

    Mobile biometric authentication, including that technology on smartphones, has yet to be widely deployed. Expert Michele Chubirka explains why.

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  • Japanese tech firm to acquire UK chipmaker ARM

    Japanese technology firm SoftBank Group is to acquire Cambridge-based ARM Holdings to capitalise on the UK firm's IP in chipsets for smartphones and IoT devices

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  • Mobile phone sales drop as smartphone buyers bide their time

    Slowing smartphone shipments contributed to an overall decline in mobile phone sales during the second three months of 2016, according to Gartner

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  • Canonical’s Mark Shuttleworth talks about space, drones and smartphones

    Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical, strives towards the vision of a converged handheld device

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  • Indonesian internet users turn to smartphones to go online

    Organisations with a cyber footprint in Indonesia must understand most internet users in the country access online content and services on smartphones

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  • Smartphone sales boost Samsung’s second quarter

    Samsung has reported a 27% rise in operating profit for its mobile division in the second quarter, driven by strong demand for Galaxy smartphones, which the company expects to continue

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  • The Android HTC 10 is a solid smartphone for work

    The best doesn't come cheap. At $699, the HTC 10 has a lot to offer, from impressive speakers to its rapid Quick Charge feature.

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  • Is Scratch Wireless the next mobile disruptor?

    What does a next-gen cellular network look like? Meet Scratch Wireless, a Massachusetts startup looking to disrupt the mobile space by providing 'Wi-Fi First' smartphones that rely primarily on hotspots.

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  • The smartphone boom is over, says Gartner

    Faster processors, flashier screens and extra features are failing to attract people to upgrade their existing smartphones

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