The Chinese telecommunications giant has no plans to build Tizen-based phones, an executive tells The Wall Street Journal.
Both industries receive even lower ratings than last year in a new report from the American Customer Satisfaction Index.
The new model HTC One is the “second-least-repairable smartphone we’ve laid our hands on,” say the folks at iFixIt. The least repairable phone? The original HTC One.
Google has shaken up YouTube's commenting system in an effort, it says, to improve the quality of conversations -- but its users aren't impressed.
During a Senate hearing, the U.S. senator voiced unease about facial recognition software used by Facebook saying it infringes on users' privacy and could lead to abuse by the police.
The iPhone maker rejects a donation-focused third-party payment system, saying it violates the App Store's terms and conditions. But does it actually have more to do with competition?
Most Dell investors still support CEO Michael Dell's re-election to the board, but a sizable 25 percent vote against him.
With a week to go before an important vote count, India votes against Open XML as a standard and lobbying intensifies.
Microsoft-backed Open XML is "insufficient and unnecessary," and should be combined with OpenDocument Format, Google's head of open-source programs says.