Microsoft Lets Mobile Device Makers Tweak OS
Apr 10, 2003, 11:11 AM by (staff)
Microsoft yesterday announced Windows® CE Shared Source Premium Licensing Program (CEP). CEP allows device manufacturers full access to Windows CE source code, which includes the Pocket PC and Windows-Powered Smartphone operating systems. Licensees will be able to modify the code and commercially distribute those modifications in devices. Licensees already include Hitachi, Mitsubishi, and Samsung. Hitachi has already begun shipping devices based on Windows CE with modifications under the CEP.
Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium Captures and Plays 4K HDR Video
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.
YouTube Reimagines Its Premium Video and Music Services
May 17, 2018
YouTube today announced YouTube Premium and YouTube Music, services that replace YouTube Red and YT Music, respectively. Moving forward, YouTube Premium will be the video site's top-tier service, offering originals, ad-free play, background play, and downloads across YouTube.
Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ Offer Refined Hardware, Improved Camera, AR Emoji
Feb 25, 2018
Samsung today announced the Galaxy S9 and S9+ phones, updates to last year's S8 models. The devices bear a striking resemblance to their predecessors and make only modest changes to the hardware.
Intel Shows Off Its 5G Modem, Bound for Phones, PCs and More
Nov 12, 2018
Intel today introduced the XMM 8160, a 5G modem that will bring high-speed connectivity to mobile phones, computers, and other broadband devices in 2020. The modem supports the 5G NR spec, including both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes for fixed and mobile service.