Mobile Computing

Mobile Computing

Eventually most of our computing efforts will go mobile (and in the cloud), but until that happens here's where we keep you up to date with the latest developments on smartphones, tablets, laptops and wireless technologies.

AT&T exempts DirecTV from mobile data caps

AT&T is now giving DirecTV subscribers (and vice-versa) yet another reason to subscribe to both services. The latest version of the DirecTV iPhone app now exempts video from the satellite provider meaning AT&T subscribers can watch as much television as…

Huawei allegedly building Nexus 7 successor

The second-generation Nexus 7, released in 2013, is one of the most popular Android tablets of all time. Built by Asus, the 7-inch tablet was reasonably powerful at the time, and, perhaps most importantly, its $230 launch price made it very affordable.

ZTE showcases Axon 7 Mini ahead of IFA 2016

IFA 2016, Europe’s largest technology trade show, kicks off on Friday but that hasn’t stopped a number of companies from announcing new products ahead of the official start date. Chinese handset maker ZTE joins the fray with its Axon 7…

Corning unveils Gorilla Glass SR+ for wearables

Corning President James Clappin revealed in early 2015 that his company was developing a new cover glass material (codenamed Project Phire) that would offer scratch resistance on par with sapphire. Now, roughly a year and a half later, the glass…
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