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Taipei, June 10 (CNA) Compal Electronics Inc., one of Taiwan's leading contract notebook computer makers, saw its sales in May rise to their highest monthly level in three years. Compal's sales in May rose 18.9 percent from the previous month and 28.
Most Recent Smartphone games have reached and in some instances surpassed console games in game play and design, now a new genre of popular games are investing in game soundtracks. Read more More businesses are buying policies, but losses are
A California-based startup company Ostendo Technologies has created world's first hologram projector chip that can emit crisp videos and glasses-free 3D images for smartphones and giant screens. One chipset, small enough to fit into a smartphone, is
Many companies ensured employees were constantly ''wired up'' to the internet, he said. ''But they don't see the downside that they aren't getting quality. You start to get the burnout factor and people saying, 'I just can't think'.'' Around the
Ostendo Technologies of Carlsbad, California, says your next smartphone or smartwatch may be able to project holograms. (courtesy Ostendo.com) Share this article Anyone mesmerized by Princes Leia coming out of R2D2's dome or who has longed to play on
recently acquired software start-up Livio to work with Ford's Smart Device Link standard. The goal is an industry standard that will provide a single method for app connectivity, allowing any smartphone to communicate smoothly and safely with all
In the wake of Apple's bombshell announcement of its HealthKit health information platform, Maryland-based glucometer implant company Senseonics says it's taken another $20 million in funding. The company makes a small tube-shaped implant that
RadioShack/RadioShack Fix It Here! stations have been added to more than 284 company and franchise stores as part of a pilot program, including this store in Southlake. Published: 06 June 2014 09:07 PM Updated: 06 June 2014 10:13 PM RadioShack has
The smartphone craze is destroying the concert-going experience, at least according to the musicians and the pro photographers who take pictures of said live performances, and the issue isn't just about the photos. From a musician, or band's
Mobile health care to date has been more about potential than actual adoption by consumers. But since 2006, San Diego's GreatCall has been slowly making gains in this market with its big-button cellphone service and health care apps targeting seniors.