The latest technology is introducing many of the new features embedded in vehicles to enhance the convenience of the drivers. Ford may not be the first but also not the last one, has also marked its position in the list of advanced technology vehicles.
Qualcomm has created a new kind of chip, Snapdragon processor built into internet-connected security cameras. The company announced the chip along with a reference design for new home monitoring cameras, with the Qualcomm's chip at the core.
Reviews about the new iPhone 6S are all over the internet, and most are ridiculously impressed with the advancements of the device. From its 3D touch to its iOS9, it seems everything has changed for Apple's flagship device.
Qualcomm announced Quick Charge 3.0. It is a 'next-generation' charger that promises to charge smart phones from 0 to 80% by 35 minutes. The charger will be available alongside Snapdragon processors next year.
Venezuelan telecom sector is reeling under pressure as it lacks additional funds availability, the physical currency of dollars. The cash-strapped telecom companies are unable to strengthen their networks. The soaring inflation doesn't allow them to raise a tariff.
Polish mobile network operators Plus and Play are for the scraping of the government's plan to shorten the bid period for the high-speed Internet frequencies for fear that it would penalize some bidders.
T-Mobile has recently announced that video calls will be a built-in feature on selected T-Mobile smartphones. T-Mobile confirmed that it will roll out the exciting feature to the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Samsung Galaxy Note5 starting now, while the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will have to wait until next week.
In an open letter, T-Mobile chief executive John Legere warns the 3,000 users stealing LTE tethered data that the company will go after them beginning August 31.
The Galaxy Tab S2 is finally unveiled on Monday, July 20. Touted to be the "essential tablet for experiencing digital content", it combines a modern visual with optimum mobility.
Chips from Taiwan's MediaTek Inc were mostly passed over by the big phone brands a decade ago, with the likes of Nokia and Motorola commanding legions of in-house engineers who could advise on electronics and circuitry.
The prospects of EZChip of Israel improved as Verizon announced its latest LTE programs.