To thrive in a mobile-device market increasingly dominated by software specialists like Apple, Google and Microsoft, which acquired Nokia’s phone business last month, Samsung is aiming to become a software power in its own right.
Intel Corp. on Monday disclosed details of a new recipe for making chips for mobile devices, a key element of the technology giant’s high-stakes campaign to improve its lagging position in that fast-growing market.
Google Inc. is weighing whether to settle a potential claim by U.S. authorities that it violated antitrust law in the way it handles mobile-device patents, according to a person familiar with the matter.
We were buried in an e-book when the subway doors opened at the Bergen Street stop in Brooklyn. In a flash, a pair of hands dove into my date’s lap and ripped away her iPad. Chasing the guy was instinctive.