The telecom company lines up chipmaker Qualcomm, automotive software company RedBend, and video provider QuickPlay Media to help the automakers enter the wireless world.
Tizen is hoping to expand its use in televisions and wearable devices, with Samsung's Gear 2 and Gear Neo the first two notable examples.
Microsoft is hoping to address some of the big issues with Windows 8 and improve the customer experience.
The Internet of everything will have five to 10 times the impact on society as the Internet itself, says Cisco CEO John Chambers.
Here's one more potential item for your holiday wish list: a smartwatch that HTC promises will be fashionable. Another project for HTC: Tablets.
Ericsson will open an "innovation lab" on the Facebook campus to help with the development of apps and services on mobile networks.
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The path to using your phone to pay for goods has been a long and windy one, but the head of Isis believes the time is right.
It won't be just for show: the watch will "solve real user problems," says a top exec. Plus: Moto Maker heads to Europe and Mexico in the second quarter.
The battle is heating up for international, with the company also introducing a plan that allows 1-cent-per-minute calls to more than 35 countries.