Smartphones have become an extension of ourselves in recent years. We reach for them like we do water, or our partner’s hand, or even our covers at night. They’re in our grasp so frequently, it’s hard to imagine a time without them.
Our technology analyst says Samsung’s smartphone is predicted to drop from 31 to 25 percent in 2015.
Mountain View-based Google’s Motorola Mobility smartphone unit will shutter its Moto X factory by the end of 2014, barely a year after it opened with much fanfare as the first smartphone factory in the U.S.
Apple Inc. and Google Inc. announced Friday that they are dropping nearly two dozen lawsuits in U.S. and European courts against each other.
Motorola’s Moto E might not be considered the most high-end Android phone, but with unveiling of their new smartphone, it looks like they want to lure customers away from pricier manufacturers.
Google is selling Motorola Mobility’s smartphone business to Lenovo Group for $2.9 billion, but is retaining most of the company’s portfolio of mobile patents.
Our technology expert says prices of unlocked phones are coming down and that they offer the consumer more flexibility to shop for different packages from cell phone carriers.
The phone is expected to go on sale in late August or early September.
TiVo reached a deal to settle patent disputes with Cisco, Motorola and Time Warner Cable.
Santa Clara police will soon be armed with the latest communication technology in the law enforcement field. It is expected to prove especially helpful when they patrol the new 49ers stadium, because it will allow officers to coordinate efforts with other emergency responders during an incident.