Available to 15 million Comcast homes, Xfinity xFi Advanced Security monitors, blocks, and informs customers of online threats and provides seamless protection.
By integrating its flexible sensor and flexible display technology into its foldable FlexPai phone, Royole offers a bit of a road map for where it could go next.
The company offered a sweeping view of connectivity - and Bixby everywhere
Consumers are now purchasing more devices, linking them, and expecting faster connections. With that in mind, will 2019 be a stepping stone to greater things in the wireless industry?
After a year in which 'The Notch' became a thing, smartphone makers appear to be turning their attention towards a new display gimmick: 'The Hole Punch.'
New Epson WorkForce ES-50, 60W, ES-55R and 65WR offer advanced features and document management software for business and home users on-the-go.
During a keynote address at its annual Snapdragon Technology Summit, Qualcomm officially introduced its 5G-ready Snapdragon 855 chipset.
To mark the launch of the latest LG UltraGear gaming monitor, the company will host a PUBG gaming competition during DreamHack Atlanta this weekend.
This week, Verizon successfully tested the first-ever 5G data transmission on a smartphone, using a 5G moto mod on Motorola's z3 smartphone.
As Apple prepares for a world with waning smartphone demand, some of it's suppliers are left scrambling to try and save their business.
The Samsung foldable phone saw the light of day (sort of) for the first time as the company showed off its Infinity Flex Display at its developer conference.
A U.S. District Judge in California ruled that Qualcomm must must license some of its industry-essential patents to rival chip suppliers.
Epson announced a new Alexa skill that will give users the ability to send documents, to-do lists, recipes, and more to their Epson printers with a simple voice command.
As with any new technology, the first devices to employ flexible displays were always going to look a little awkward. Does that make them an unattractive choice for customers?
During an NYC event, Apple announced some major updates to its MacBook Air and iPad Pro lineup. All new products announced will hit stores starting November 7.