Jide’s tablet, the Remix Ultra, runs Remix OS, a customized version of Google’s operating system.
For virtual reality to go mainstream, there needs to be content, says CEO Brendan Iribe.
From fast-charging devices to software fixes, the smartphone industry is working on multiple ways to give you more juice.
The Swedish automaker is developing systems that will detect impending collisions and stop the car.
The company said it aims to move beyond traditional outsourcing and into advanced digital services to sustain the momentum.
The Consumer Electronics Show has every gadget you can think of -- and plenty you can't. Wearables are huge this year, so we picked a few that stood out.
Phones are some of the most germ-infested things we touch -- yet we don’t sanitize them like other dirty objects.
Television and movie streaming services are wildly popular, so why not stream video games? Sony is doing just that with PlayStation Now.
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A major pay TV provider disrupts its own model before someone else does.
Ford caught a lot of flak for its current infotainment system. The automaker is now looking to SYNC 3 to win back customers.
A streaming music pioneer has a great brand and nice products, but now it also has a lot of deep-pocketed competition.
FCC said the wireless industry has been regulated as a utility for decades and is doing just fine.
Some of the latest technology from Samsung, which recently teamed up with Marvel, will be featured in the upcoming "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Trouble in the brave new world of the smart home: It could be hacked.
Intel said its goal is to reach a "full representation" for women and minorities in its workforce by 2020.
Audi claims all of the tech from its autonomous A7 is nearly ready for production vehicles.
3D printing is changing the way prototypes are designed, and making its way into schools.
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ZTE, Hisense, Lenovo and others are partnering with American icons in hopes of becoming major players in the U.S.
Release of the convertible coincided with two new Lenovo smartphones and an "AnyPen" device.
The NCF29A1 chip enables a number of protection features, including passive keyless entry and automatic locking.
The consumer electronics industry promises 2015 will be the year of 4K televisions. They said that last year, too.
Sony's turnaround efforts have placed content at the forefront of its hardware offerings.
Dieter Zetsche, the automaker’s CEO, says that there are still a number of legal and ethical issues raised by self-driving cars.
ZTE is hoping its new high-end Grand X Max+ 6-inch $199.99 smartphone will grow sales in the U.S.
Hisense hopes to eliminate the flat panel with its latest laser projection HDTV.
The company is hoping to increase sales of Roku TV sets by adding more partners and support for 4K Ultra HD technology.
The Chinese phone-maker announced the new additions to its 2015 lineup at the 2015 International CES on Monday.
Mozilla makes a play for the biggest screen in the house.
A $20-per-month bundle of cable channels served over the Web for millennials.
LG is doubling down on its OLED technology in 2015 with new content and big investments.