Xiaomi's supply woes continue as the Chinese smartphone maker is only able to ship small batches to its second-largest market, India.
After its fallout with Cyanogen, OnePlus is set on improving its own OxygenOS that will ship with its next smartphone, the OnePlus 2.
Users of Motorola Mobility's Moto X phones may have reason to cheer as the company said it is closer to a full roll-out of the Android Lollipop 5.1 upgrade.
Affordable smartphones are changing lives in India, helping people get jobs, allowing entrepreneurs to reach customers and creating new first-time users.
The new line comes as more companies seek a solution to flawed password technology.
Sales of Apple's iPhones were up 72.5 percent, pushing the company past Xiaomi in the People's Republic.
Chinese vendors like Xiaomi and Lenovo are targeting the subcontinent with slick, low-cost handsets.
Large Chinese companies like Alibaba are increasingly looking at India as an important step in their global expansion plans and stepping up investments there.
Faced with declining demand in their home market, China's handset makers are now counting on India for growth.
The flaws allow malicious commands to run on a Lenovo machine, or malware to be installed as official updates.
Growth of mobile phone sales in India, forecast at 5 percent for 2015, belies the cannibalization of feature phones by entry-level smartphones
Chinese upstarts ZTE, Lenovo and Huawei, which dominate the gadget market, are eyeing commercial systems. Nokia needs to get big enough to compete.
The Chinese smartphone maker said it is moving closer to its goal of selling 100 million units in 2015.
Rival makers of handsets eye the subcontinent market as the Chinese company soft-launches its online store there.
Deals with phone makers such as Xiaomi, ZTE, Lenovo and Huawei can help app companies reach millions of consumers.
Microsoft needs more people to use its Windows smartphones and the company is partnering with Xiaomi to test interest.
As wireless personal technology improves, capturing health and fitness data using smart wearables is on the rise.
The Chinese phone maker wants to increase production of premium devices as it looks to establish its brand in new markets.
With expansion plans beyond Asia, Xiaomi, which has developed a cult following in its home continent, now fights stagnation and stiffer competition.
The smartphone war is on in India, with Xiaomi and Motorola looking to outdo each other, even as market leader Samsung slashes prices.
The Chinese smartphone maker faces rising competition in key markets as it chases the 100 million-unit milestone.
More Valley technologists are heading to Asian companies, taking their careers, and their new employers, in bold new directions.
The notorious hacking “squad” took over the PC-maker’s website as well as company email accounts.
Lenovo Issues Brief Superfish Apology, Says Thinkpads Were Unaffected By The Preloaded Cybersecurity Threat
The manufacturer said none of its enterprise computers or services came with the notorious ad software.
Lenovo received "minor compensation" for letting a third party install dangerous software, a spokesman said.
Jun Lei, founder of China’s top smartphone company Xiaomi, is investing in local technology startups to expand the ecosystem for his smartphones.
Lenovo, the biggest PC manufacturer in the world, claimed last month that the "Superfish" hole had been patched.
Xiaomi hopes to ship 100 million smartphones in 2015, up from 61 million in 2014.
Xiaomi Closer To Rolling Out Smartphones From India As Supplier Inventec Looks To Set Up Shop: Reports
India's rising profile as the next big smartphone market in the world is beginning to attract much needed investment in manufacturing.
Samsung's increased investments in manufacturing in India come at time when it lost its top spot in the world's third largest smartphone market.