Hundreds of millions of Indians are buying their first smartphones. The country's rapid growth has caught the attention of tech companies around the globe.
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Vendors shipped 1.43 billion smartphones last year, a record for one year, according to preliminary results from IDC.
On Thursday the Chinese smartphone maker released the F1 in India, with an F1 Plus racing not far behind.
Tablets on New England Patriots' sideline suffer a brief but very public lapse in connecting with the network, an awkward moment in which coaches and players can't use the devices to review plays.
In 2014, growth in global tablet shipments is taking a steep dive, as consumers upgrade less often than expected. PC shipments, on the other hand, are enjoying a brief easing of their decline.
New twists on the traditional design could catch the fancy of consumers and businesses alike, says market researcher IDC.
A number of flagship phones vied for attention, but the real growth lies with more modest devices and in emerging markets, says market researcher IDC.
Apple is selling fewer MacBooks and iMacs, according to analyst IDC, but declining PC sales across the board means the company actually occupies a larger slice of the market.
Market researcher IDC forecasts a boom in sales of wearable devices, especially smart ones, with Google's Android Wear gear gaining ground on the Apple Watch.