BenQ Planning Symbian Smartphone
Feb 12, 2003, 11:12 AM by (staff)
Taiwanese electronics maker BenQ plans to release a Symbian-based smart phone in the third quarter. The phone will use the same UIQ interface platform as the recently-released Sony Ericsson P800. The company said the phone will be intended for GSM/GPRS networks, and hinted at the inclusion of a touch-sensitive color LCD screen. The phone will also include a built-in digital camera, a Mini USB port, and support for Bluetooth.
Apr 16, 2018
Sony today announced the Xperia XZ2 Premium, a high-end Android phone that boasts some of the most advanced imaging features available in a mobile device. The XZ2 Premium has a 5.8-inch 4K HDR display (16:9 aspect ratio) that Sony says is 30% brighter than its previous mobile 4K screen.
Apr 5, 2019
Google has turned its Smart Reply technology into an API that third-party Android and iOS developers can easily deploy in their own messaging apps. The software looks at the (up to) ten most recent messages in a thread, applies Google's machine learning algorithm locally (nothing is sent to the cloud,) and suggests three complete replies that can be sent with one tap.
Sep 22, 2017
Asus recently announced plans to bring its ZenFone 4 series of phones to the U.S. unlocked market this year.
Sep 7, 2016
Apple today announced the iPhone 7, the latest version of its flagship product. The device is machines from aluminum and features a refreshed design.
Jan 8, 2018
Qualcomm's Smart Audio Platform now supports Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Microsoft Cortana. The idea is to make it easier for hardware makers to add voice assistant features to their devices, such as smart speakers and other smart home gear.