Kyocera Document Solutions America, Inc., believes that the future is bright thanks to the rapid acceleration of remote working policies which have been adapted by organizations, and which Kyocera seeks to fuel even further with the launch of their eBook, the ultimate guide to Remote Working.
RadioShack is offering a special three-day sale in which more than 25 mobile phones across three carriers will be offered free with a new contract.
Mountain View, Calif.-based Audio High this week named industry veteran Geoffrey Marks its new general manager. Marks most recently worked in sales for Velodyne and has also spent time at JBL, Cerwin-Vega, Kyocera, Denon and KEF.
Apple has managed to keep its significant lead in smartphone satisfaction in spite of improving performance from its Android counterparts. JD Power in a new study saw end users give Apple a score of 838, over 40 points past its spring results and its sixth consecutive spot at the top of the ranks. HTC also improved, but at 801 had garnered at a slightly slower rate. The shift by the two raised the bar and put many other companies, even those that had improved, below the fold.
From emailing to Web surfing to taking photos, a smartphone can be a multitasker's best friend - unless all the tasks are making the screen feel too small. Wouldn't it be nice to have a second screen?
The Kyocera Echo, a new Android smartphone sold by Sprint, brings that neat idea to life. Simply slide over the touch screen to reveal a second, identical one.
You can use the two screens independently
The Kyocera Echo dual-screen smartphone has arrived at retail, Sprint announced Monday. The phone is available through all Sprint channels for $199.99 with a two-year contract.
Japanese mobile phones are a gadget lovers dream. They double as credit cards. They can display digital TV broadcasts. Some are even fitted with solar cells. And yet, for all their innovations, Japanese-made handsets have had little impact overseas. They account for just a sliver of a global mobile phone market dominated by the likes of Apple, Research in Motion and Samsung. But now the Japanese phone industry hopes to go global by adopting Googles red-hot Android mobile operating system. We have the technology to compete in the United States, said Naoki Shiraishi, who led software development
The nifty little device you see here is not a mock-up of a Nintendo smartphone. It is a brand new device called the Kyocera Echo. It was announced today as the first ever dual-screen Android smartphone.
Sprint Monday announced the first dual-screen smartphone available in the U.S., the Kyocera Echo.
Google's Android mobile operating system has been credited with saving struggling handset manufacturers, but it may ultimately be the thing that kills a number of them off. Before Android came around, mobile devices typically had hardware integrated with custom operating software, which differentiated LG phones from Samsung phones from Motorola phones, and so on. No two devices from rival manufacturers were at all alike. But now, for the first time ever in the wireless ecosystem, a standard platform is emerging: At least a dozen handset makers have brought to market more than 90 different smartphones that run Android