Search giant Google has seen its share of the Internet search market slip to its lowest ever mark, while Yahoo has notched its highest share in five years.
Huawei Consumer Business Group (BG) today showcased more than one hundred products at CES 2015 including its latest flagship smartphones, wearable devices, tablets, mobile access devices, home access devices, smart home devices, OTT and vehicle-mounted modules. The company also introduced the start of the Hilink era - its strategy...
Each year’s CES marks the launch of several new devices and technologies, but the electronics expo’s 2015 edition rang the death knell for Google TV, the company’s smart TV platform that launched way back in 2010 and never quite took off. And that’s probably a good thing.
Microsoft Devices Group announced the Nokia 215, its most affordable Internet-ready phone designed to connect and introduce first-time mobile phone buyers to the Internet and new digital experiences. The Nokia 215 is available in both Single SIM and Dual SIM models, and costs only $29.
Twitter rolls out 'while you were away' recap feature which lets you view the tweets that you might have missed. It's more like the Facebook timeline and is the first major non-chronological feature to hit Twitter. Although this feature has not rolled out to everyone you can read on and see how it works.
Chromebook users can now run their favorite Linux distribution within a window right on their Chrome OS desktop. Google evangelist François Beaufort revealed with a Google+ post Tuesday that Chromebook oners who have set their device in developer mode can download specialCrouton Chrome extension to run Linux without being forced to switch back and forth between the two operating systems.
Xiaomi, the fast-growing Chinese hardware company best known for its low-cost smartphones, confirmed today that has raised $1.1 billion in new funding at a valuation of $45 billion. In a Facebook post, Xiaomi co-founder and president Bin Lin said the round was raised from investors including All-Stars Investment, DST,...
Remember when Chrome was fast? Microsoft might, if ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley’s recent report that the software company is building a lightweight browser, codenamed “Spartan,” bears out. According to Foley, Spartan is “new” and “isn’t [Internet Explorer].” Her post notes that it could be set free inside of the Windows 10 release schedule. In short, Microsoft may be building a speedy, simpler browser that maintains use of Internet Explorer’s rendering engine.
After Kodak nearly went bankrupt in 2012, the company went looking for ways to stay afloat. Today, the brand announced it is partnering with theBullitt Group to unveil a new range of mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, at a CES event in January. According to the announcement, the phones are...
While Sony is still licking its post-hack wounds it’s going on the offensive about its leaked emails. Right now it looks like it’s going after Twitter and Twitter users. Vice’s tech site, Motherboard reports that it has in its possession a letter from Sony lawyer, David Boies sent to Twitter’s general...