Samsung is tapping an unlikely source to tighten up its security offerings for enterprises: BlackBerry. The two companies announced a new security-focused partnership Thursday that will bring BlackBerry’s encryption system to businesses using Samsung’s Galaxy smartphones.
Another day, another tweak to the Twitter service intended to bring more users into the conversation.
Does your phone lack screen real estate? That might seem like a strange question, given that smartphones seem to grow in size with each generation. But if you don’t have the palms to hold a phablet, LG has developed an LCD panel for smartphones that obliterates the frame — called the bezel — that surrounds […]
Google has officially unveiled its newest Nexus tablet device today in the form of the Nexus 9, an 8.9-inch device which will arrive running the Android 5.0 Lollipop of the Google mobile OS.