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For many people, mobile gadgets are a much needed comfort blanket

For many people, mobile gadgets are a much needed comfort blanket

Connected devices are becoming essential to keeping people in contact with each other, but for many they are also a much needed comfort blanket.

Digital transformation and the evolution of apps – What's the link?

Digital transformation and the evolution of apps – What’s the link?

Let’s take a look at how apps became such a vital part of our lives and how they went through dramatic change and development.

Where to buy Galaxy S9 and 9+ and save up to $560

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Consumers who have been anticipating Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone can buy the device for $0 upfront on a 24-month installment and can expect to save up to $560.

How Samsung uses social media analytics to understand customers and guide strategy

How Samsung uses social media analytics to understand customers and guide strategy

The company uses Crimson Hexagon to analyse customer sentiment on social media

Huawei go big on AI, announce Mate 10 + Mate 10 Pro

Huawei go big on AI, announce Mate 10 + Mate 10 Pro

The phones come powered by Huawei's Kirin 970, which features a dedicated neural network processing unit

Windows 10 on Snapdragon 835 release date, devices and features

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The first manufacturers have been announced

Yes, Windows Phone is dead. Here's why

News

Microsoft's corporate vice president for Windows confirmed the company has no plans to bring new hardware or software to Windows Phones.

Huawei CEO Talks Up AI Ambitions At IFA

Richard Yu, CEO of HUAWEI Consumer Business Group

It's starting with the Kirin 970 chipset, a mobile neural computing platform

Windows Mobile: The walking dead never die

Windows Mobile: The walking dead never die

Microsoft seems unwilling to pull the plug on a mobile OS that no one loves. It could lead a zombie existence for years.

Smartphones make people distracted and unproductive

Smartphones make people distracted and unproductive

A smartphone can sap attention even when it's not in use or turned off and in your pocket. That doesn't bode well for productivity.