Mobile

  • Uber is losing ground in the US

    Uber is losing ground in the US, its biggest market, to a rival once written off as a bit player, as the ride-hailing company reels from...

  • Huawei is expanding in the PC market

    Huawei, the Chinese telecoms group, is expanding in the beleaguered PC market, undeterred by slumping sales and the demise of smaller players. The company, which has revved up sales...

  • China’s mobile payments is being shaken up

    China’s $5.5 trillion mobile payments sector — more than 50 times bigger than that of the US — is being shaken up by one-time underdog Tencent, which...

  • A “new beginning” for Samsung mobile

    Samsung launched its Galaxy S8 smartphone with an event yesterday in New York that promised a “new beginning” for mobile handset design as well as for...

  • Apple and Facebook join race to build augmented reality glasses

    Apple and Facebook are gearing up to challenge start-up Magic Leap and Microsoft’s HoloLens in the race to create a pair of augmented reality glasses that could one day replace the smartphone...

  • Vodafone has struck a deal to create the largest mobile-phone operator in India

    Vodafone has struck a deal to merge its Indian operations with local rival Idea Cellular to create the country’s largest mobile-phone operator, valued at more than $23...

  • Free is bringing its low-cost formula to Italy

    Iliad increased profits by a fifth last year, as the French telecommunications provider’s mobile revenues passed €2 billion for the first time… Its full-year results released yesterday marked...

  • 158 million people open Snapchat an average of 18 times a day

    The US broke its long drought of big technology initial public offerings yesterday as shares in Snap soared 44 per cent in their market debut despite questions...

  • Clova, Line’s smart assistant

    Line, the New York-listed Japanese messaging app, is working with Sony and South Korea’s LG Electronics to launch an Asian version of an intelligent voice assistant to rival Amazon’s...

  • Xiaomi is the fourth to design its own processor

    China’s Xiaomi has become the world’s fourth smartphone maker to design its own processor, revealing its “Pinecone” chip yesterday aimed at breaking its reliance on foreign providers such...

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