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We don't expect major changes to the Gear S4 from previous models, but we do expect a new model to come in various network compatibilities.
The New Devices Group at Intel, said to be about 200-strong, is being disbanded. That means that all projects, including this promising one, are being shelved.
App developers will need to drop off the watchOS 1 SDK and move onto at least watchOS 2. Instagram, for some reason, will not do that, thus the end of the applet.
Most of the 161 positions that are currently posted are focused on software engineering. Could Apple finally be taking the shovel to building Siri's intelligence?
Research and development has been happening for a long time, but foldable displays still aren't at the stage where they can survive three years of the bends.
It's a development board meant more for established tech firms and startups working in emerging fields. And with AI, neural processing and a lot more in this board, it's fitting.
In one way, this should help 'Grammers reach their fans and friends with posts that might otherwise get lost in the feed that Instagram has so lovingly curated.
The company is supposedly working on this micro-LED technology for small panel uses like on the Apple Watch. Chipmaker TSMC may step in to help.
Through sheer will, Apple was able to bring a phone that we've been tracking for a 2018 release to today. Not much consequence to talk about.
Will MediaTek be able to churn up China with fancy face-reading cameras with Meizu... perhaps on a Meizu phone next year?
The app store has reportedly been getting doubtful glances from third-party developers and even Spotify. Will Fitbit make it up by the fall?
While Qualcomm's latest attempt, debuting at MWC Shanghai last week, is better than previous ones, it's still not practical enough for wide implementation.
The big news is that Google may not end up launching three phones in 2017 after all. But for the two phones that were to be bread and butter anyway...
Silicon may be a boring topic for consumers, but smaller and more efficient chip processes mean that device OEMs can fit more into phones.
According to industry chatter, the R&D process for the next Galaxy S flagship has launched about 3 months ahead of schedule.
What is currently Band 41 for LTE will pave the way for both parent company Softbank in Japan and Sprint in the US to spread 5G fast late in 2019.
A video shows off what Google might do if and when it replaces Android with a revised mobile operating system. There are pictures, too.
If and when Apple and Foxconn can put together a plan to build iPhones in the USA, the two will probably have set up more white collar jobs elsewhere.
Many of the core apps on Pebble OS utilize cloud services, so the goal is to dismantle those links. Third-party services will have to wind down.
Keeping the OS on cellular and on ARM chips. Windows 10 Mobile has to be mobile Windows 10. The development on software continues.
Samsung Pay has a firm grip of Magnetic Secure Transmission technology with its patents, so LG may have to figure out something clever if the above is true.
After Beijing, Apple has just confirmed it'll be setting up camp in Shenzhen for a new Chinese research and development institute next year.
This location would be the fourth international one for an Apple R&D center. 500 employees are expected to file into Beijing by the end of the year.