ARM will continue to expand and to design chips for the phones you buy. SoftBank, meanwhile, is training its gaze on the internet of things.
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A UK fashion student invents a handy way to board a bus or train -- false fingernails that make quite a stylish statement.
You might not know ARM by name, but its technology powers the majority of smartphones. Now, ARM will become a subsidiary of a huge telecom company.
The flagship ZenFone 3 Deluxe will be the first phone to feature Snapdragon's faster 821 processor.
The Snapdragon 821 is a brawnier alternative to the chip powering phones like the Samsung Galaxy S7. We'll start seeing it in devices by fall.
This eco-friendly project will take the boredom out of a long summer day, and help fill your belly.
Chip implants are becoming increasingly popular among so-called biohackers to control phones and perform other technological tasks.
Chip implants are commonly used in pets, but human implants are becoming increasingly common so users can control smart appliances and phones.
ARM Holdings, whose technology is the basis for Apple and Samsung processors, has created a new CPU and GPU that work better for VR and other intensive tasks.