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Developing for AR: interview with Asteroid founder Sakunthala

Asteroid wants to help people shape the future of 3D human-machine interfaces. We talked to founder Sakunthala Panditharatne about the company's vision.(This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.) (...)

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HTC U12 Life hands-on: end of the middle class crisis?

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Sony Posts Weak Q1 2018 Smartphone Shipment and Profit Results

Sony announced weak Q1 2018 results, including a -7% YoY decline in smartphone shipments, negative operating profit margin and huge operating losses. The 2.7 million smartphones shipped during the quarter is an all-time low for Sony, and adds to the long ...

Galaxy Note 9: the smartphone of your dreams for a steep price

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Blackberry Mecury: What You Need to Know About The Last Flagship Device

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Google has been slapped with a record-breaking $5 billion EU fine for Android antitrust violations, but the money isn't even the most alarming thing about it. Google needs to face up to how it manages Android, and this could change its - and our - relatio...

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