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The collaboration can prove to be advantageous to T Mobile also as it intends to establish and grow itself as a premium network carrier in the U.S.

ZTE Brings T-Mobile-Exclusive 5.7-Inch ZMAX Phablets

Chinese Smart phone maker ZTE is introducing a new 5.7-inch phablet that’ll be exclusively available on T-Mobile from Sept. 24. As competition between smartphone manufacturers has intensified, the Chinese company hopes to claim a larger share of American market by offering a new device with some of the most sought after characteristics, bigger display, larger [...]

In recent years, a majority of Japanese electronics giants have undergone structural changes to revamp unprofitable businesses and to amplify their global competitiveness.

Toshiba Restructuring Struggling PC Business, 900 Job Cuts on the Way

The PC industry has been affected severely with the advent of tablets and smartphones in recent years. It’s not just PC that we’re talking about, laptop sales too seem to have fallen with the dawn of hybrid laptops and tablets and similar devices replacing them. Japanese electronics conglomerate, Toshiba Corp. on Thursday announced that it [...]

The row is the most recent between the two South Korean electronics giants, which contend over an extensive variety of products including cell phones, TVs and a wide range of home appliances.

Samsung Stains LG Over Dirty Washing Machine Spat

South Korean electronics giant, Samsung has accused the LG’s home appliances business of deliberately damaging Samsung washing machines at retail locations in Germany ahead of a trade show, and asked Seoul prosecutors to investigate over the matter. Samsung, in a report on Sunday, said it asked the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office to investigate LG [...]

In an event that the situation deteriorates RadioShack may be compelled to record for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, it said

RadioShack Warns of Possible Bankruptcy, Seeks Financial Rescue

For a considerable length of time, the brand RadioShack’s reigned in the hearts of consumers and geeks as it supplied all sorts of electronics, and its spare parts to fix or customize the gadgets. But with significant shifts in technology and retail sector, which includes fierce rivalry in the wireless business, its sales have declined. [...]

The new unlimited plan is available only to customers who have purchased the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus without contract under a new “iPhone for Life Plan.”

Sprint’s “iPhone for Life” offers unlimited data plan and a new iPhone every two years

Sprint Corp. is looking to the iPhone 6 for a marketing edge in the industry’s intensifying battle for wireless subscribers. While Apple unveiled its new smart phones in California, the wireless carrier was at Super Mobility Week to unveil a $50 unlimited talk, text and LTE data plan that will be rolled out specifically for [...]

Electrolux Headquarters North America

G.E. to Sell Its Appliances Business to Electrolux for $3.3 Billion

US conglomerate General Electric said on Monday that it has agreed to sell its appliances business for $3.3 billion in cash to Sweden’s Electrolux, going separate ways with the extremely old division that gave birth to the washer-dryer and the toaster oven. The acquisition is expected to altogether reinforce Electrolux’s growing business in North America [...]

Skip also allows users to skip password enabled lock-screen with a touch, provided it is paired to the phone, just like the first generation device did.

Motorola’s Upcoming Skip helps you Track your Phone & Lost Keys

Motorola’s upcoming flagship smartphone will feature a flurry of some new and exciting features! No surprises there, because when Motorola launched its flagship smartphone Moto X, it also introduced a surplus of exhilarating accessories including, Skip a tap-to-unlock NFC clip. The Skip was an attachable NFC clip (near field communication) that enabled users to duck [...]

The Intel XMM 6255 3G modem chip is slightly larger than a penny and will act as a network for billions of smart devices including wearables, sensors and industrial equipment.

World’s Smallest Internet Modem Proves that Bigger Isn’t Always Better

Intel Corp. has revealed the world’s smallest and lowest-powered standalone wireless modem which has the ability to connect to everyday things. In simple words, it can connect to Internet of Things, for example, a smart garden equipped with a gardening sensor and water valve that you can turn on with a mobile app. The Intel [...]

LG 4K OLED TV uses an improved panel which features LG’s proprietary Four-Color Pixel WRGB technology

LG unveils industry’s first Ultra 4K OLED TV

South Korea’s No. 2 tech giant, LG Electronics announced two new giant OLED(organic light-emitting diode)  TVs with Ultra High Definition screens on Monday, which it says will replace liquid crystal display (LCD) TVs in the near future. Using the exceptionally expensive OLED display technology, the company will launch two giant models, the LG 77EG9700 which comes [...]

A Samsung Electronics spokesman said the South Korean company purchased 100 percent of Quietside.

Samsung acquires U.S. air conditioning retailer Quietside

South Korean electronics giant Samsung Co Ltd announced on Tuesday that it had acquired U.S. air conditioner distributor Quietside LLC in a bid to penetrate deeper into the North American market and to strengthen its smart home business. It is Samsung’s second such acquisition within a span of a week after it announced on Friday [...]

The new full metal-framed Galaxy Alpha on Wednesday, the latest in its line of Galaxy smart phones.

Galaxy Alpha: Samsung’s metal-framed phone announced

Finally the Korean electronics giant Samsung is making an upgrade from plastic to metal after the plastic design of its smartphones has been held accountable for the company’s recent battles. The company unveiled a full metal-framed Galaxy Alpha on Wednesday, the latest in its line of Galaxy smart phones. “With an entirely new appearance, the Galaxy [...]

FleetCor Technologies, Norcross, GA

FleetCor Acquires Comdata for $3.45 Billion

FleetCor Technologies Inc., announced in a statement that it has signed a definitive agreement to buy Comdata Inc. for $3.45 billion. FleetCor a leading global provider of fuel cards, and workforce payments products to businesses, plans to buy $2.4 billion of new debt and issue as well as about 7.3 million of its shares to [...]

Xiaomi shipped 15 million devices in the second quarter accounting for 14% of the total market share.

Xiaomi Topples Samsung Electronics To Become The Leading Smartphone Maker In China

Four-year-old Chinese handset maker Xiaomi has overtaken tech giant Samsung Electronics Co. as the biggest-selling producer of smartphones. According to market research firm Canalys, the Beijing-based company shipped 15 million devices in the second quarter accounting for 14% of the total market share. Samsung shipped 13.2 million smartphones, giving the South Korean maker about 12 [...]

(Image: Pearstone VW-VBK180 Lithium-Ion Battery)

Lithium battery that could last for days may be coming soon

Battery life remains a huge issue in devices ranging from smartphones to electric vehicles. While computing technology continues to evolve at a breakneck speed, battery technology has been stuck in limbo for several years. Very few smartphones can make it through a single day of usage without needing to be charged. However we might soon [...]

Since 2012, the labour practices at Samsung suppliers have come under intense scrutiny, when the watchdog accused one of Samsung’s suppliers of using child labour

Samsung finds evidence of child labour, suspends business with supplier in China

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said it had temporarily suspended business in one of its facility in China after finding evidence that its supplier was employing child workers. The move comes less than a week after a US watchdog report accused the supplier of using under-aged workers and criticised Samsung’s monitoring of labor practices at suppliers [...]

On July 11, China Central Television citing Ma Ding, head of the online security institute at People’s Public Security University of China reported that iPhone function can gather information which could result into a leak of state secrets.

Apple to China: ‘iPhone is not a threat to National Security’

Apple Inc. has assured that location tracking on its iPhone can’t be utilized to track activities of its users, a day after China’s state-owned TV broadcaster made public revelation that its software could cause a serious security hazard. On July 11, China Central Television citing Ma Ding, head of the online security institute at People’s [...]

The latest investment accentuates IBM's strategy to keep developing semiconductor technology in the meantime its going separate ways with its chip factories.

IBM Pledges $3 Billion in Inventing Chips of the Future

International Business Machine Corp. (IBM) pledged to splurge $3 billion on semiconductor research and development in the next five years, a move to restore confidence in customers that the technology rudimentary to IBM’s hardware and software business will keep evolving. The organization will finance two major tasks to make miniaturized and powerful chips that might [...]

Leaked photos were originally posted on popular Chinese Microblogging site Weibo.

‘Superman’, ‘Rock’ or ‘McLaren’? Leaked Lumia 830 images start guessing-game!

Microsoft that recently acquired Nokia’s phone division apparently has some big plans for the future. The tech giant is planning to release at least 3 new Windows Phone 8.1 devices this year. Set to release this year, the three devices include a 4.7-inch mid-range ’Superman’ handset, a low-end ‘Rock’ device and Microsoft’s flagship device with the codename [...]

47 percent Americans admitted they couldn't last more than a day without their smartphone.

Survey Finds Almost Half of U.S. Can Hardly Function without Smartphones

It’s probably a common sight to see numerous people walking with a smartphone in their hand, most likely looking into their phones and not paying attention to where they are walking. Between emails, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest, there’s so much to keep up with. But just how dependent are Americans on their smartphones? A [...]