Besides announcing three new smartphones, Alcatel has also introduced a new 11.6-inch 2-in-1 tablet. The tablet comes with a detachable keyboard that supports 4G LTE and Wi-Fi hotspot for up to 15 devices. The tablet also supports a stylus, but the company didn't mention whether
ZTE's Blade lineup of smartphones has just received two new members. At MWC 2017, ZTE announced two new budget smartphones called Blade V8 Mini and Blade V8 Lite. Both phones are very similar in terms of overall design and the only differences are the specifications.
Oppo's mysterious new camera technology has made its official debut at MWC 2017. The company has announced a new technology called 5x Dual Camera Zoom, which utilizes a unique periscope-style setup. The technology is not yet implemented on a new phone, but it won't take long
When LG officially unveiled its next-gen flagship smartphone, the company never mentioned anything about pricing or availability. Well, according to new details, they had a pretty good reason why. LG chose to Snapdragon 821 and made some other cuts to bring the price down, but
A Fitbit Alta with a heart rate sensor (the Fitbit Alta HR) appears to be in the works, according to a new leak. Wareable spotted a piece of text in the Fitbit website's source code that includes the name "Alta HR," indicating that model may be coming down the pike.
All of the processing power for the Nintendo Switch comes from the main unit rather than its dock, but when the system is undocked its internal processor is clocked at a lower speed. While it was believed the GPU was locked at 307.2 MHz when undocked, that's not the case.
Sony has revealed remarkably high sales of the PlayStation VR. In only four months, the virtual reality headset has sold 915,000 units, according to Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Andrew House. The company only set a goal of 1 million sales for the first six months.
Phones with 6K and 8K displays will certainly be on the market, says Qualcomm, and even those will end up being surpassed by ever-improving display technology. As it stands, most phones are capped at 1080p and occasionally 2K. Companies will soon go beyond 2K.
Valve is making an effort to improve game audio, particularly in virtual reality. The company has released a Steam Audio Kit that'll help developers offer more immersive and realistic sound. That includes utilizing things like physics-based reverb audio.
Foxconn is taking over SoftBank's Asian tech investment fund. The manufacturing giant will spend $600 million to acquire a 54.5% stake in SoftBank Asia Capital. A representative for SoftBank has said this deal will make Foxconn the "decision maker on investments."
Ricoh is adding more features to its camera line with a new model capable of streaming 360-degree content in 2K at 30 fps. The new Ricoh R Developer Kit has launched and preorders are now being accepted. It can stream up to 24 hours when you're using an AC power adapter.
DJI has a new drone model, the Matrice M200, that's capable of flying in the rain or snow for up to 30 minutes. It's the follow-up to DJI's M100, a well-received model that was released a couple years ago. This is the first DJI model to have an upward-facing gimbal mount.
Sony has finally attached a name and release date to its Xperia projector. The device was introduced during last year's MWC, but few details about it were initially revealed. Now, Sony says the "Xperia Touch" will be released in the spring for €1,599 in Europe.
AT&T is working to make its unlimited plans more competitive in a space that's now filled with unlimited offers from all the major carriers. Its latest Unlimited Plus plan starts at $90 per month and includes unlimited talking, texting, and data. 10 GB of tethering is available.
An online retail listing at Target appeared for a game that appears to be the sequel to 2014's Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. The new title, called Middle-earth: Shadow of War, supposedly has an August 22 release date. The listing was noticed over the weekend.