Intel - which only recently debuted its first Android smartphone - says it expects to become a "big player" in the lucrative handset market over the next five years.
Intel has been trying to enter the lucrative smartphone market for years now, but with little tangible success.
Intel's x86 chips may power the majority of the world's PCs, but Santa Clara says it is now ready to "fine-tune" its processor supply chain to target the tablet and smartphone space.
When Google's Android Market first launched in 2008, Mountain View slapped a size limit of 50 MB on app developers.
People today are often overwhelmed with huge amounts of data, as our smartphones ring, alert, and chime us to a state of perpetual distraction.
Nvidia and ZTE are talking up the new Tegra 2-powered Mimosa X Android smartphone, which is targeted at the mainstream handset market.
Intel has been eyeing the lucrative mobile space for years, and is now ready to seriously compete against ARM in the hyper-frenetic race for smartphone and tablet market share.
The first Intel-powered x86 (Medfield) smartphone will be hitting the hyper-competitive mobile market in China this summer - courtesy of Lenovo.
Cellphones could soon contain an ultra-high-resolution microscope alongside the ubiquitous camera, thanks to a breakthrough by Michigan Technological University professor Durdu Guney.
The smartphone and tablet markets are currently dominated by ARM's low-power sipping RISC chips. However, Intel is hoping to enter the hyper-competitive space in 2012 with its x86 Medfield SoC.
ARM's power-conscious RISC chips remain on track to claim a sizable chunk of the traditional notebook PC market over the next few years.
Motorola has debuted its long-awaited Droid Razr smartphone.
Sales of Windows Phone 7 handsets have been somewhat below Redmond's expectations thus far.
A recent survey conducted by Nielsen confirms that 43% of all U.S. smartphone owners have an Android device.
Google’s wildly popular mobile Android operating system continues to gain ground and now claims 41.8% of the smartphone market.
Samsung has launched a mobile instant messaging tool. Dubbed ChatON, the new free service supports the sharing of text, images, hand-written notes and videos across any mobile phone.
LG Electronics has added the more affordable LG Sol (LG-E730) to its Optimus lineup, which boasts many of the same features as other Optimus handsets.
Have you every heard of smartphone juice jacking? No? Well, don't worry, because you aren't alone.
Samsung is really moving those new GALAXY S II phones. They’ve already sold 5 million of them and they aren’t even for sale in the U.S. yet.
Despite dwindling sales of the now "old" iPhone 4, Apple is set to report a 69% rise in profits this quarter. How, you ask? The iPad of course, along with supplemental sales from Mac computers.