If wearable technology is to remain successful and disruptive, devices must be able to handle multiple applications and have a decent battery life, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Chip maker ARM is trying to improve the battery life of IoT devices that use Bluetooth to communicate data, with the acquisitions of Wicentric and Sunrise Micro Devices.
Researchers in Korea are working on a way to solve the battery life problem in the wearables market.
If your smartphone seems to lack energy and you find yourself looking for the nearest wall outlet more than you like, the fault may be with your apps--not your phone.
Enterprise use of wireless handheld and portable test equipment is forecast by Frost & Sullivan to increase signification of the next few years, with market revenues reaching $3 billion in 2019, up from $2.1 billion in 2012.
Battery drain issues are once again plaguing some iPhone and iPad owners following the release of Apple's new iOS 6.1.3 software update, with some consumers also blaming the release for issues with Wi-Fi connectivity.
Motorola Mobility (NYSE: MMI) has resurrected the Razr, updating the wildly popular device from 2004 with the Android platform and the ability to run on Verizon (NYSE: VZ) Wireless's new LTE network.
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has announced the iPhone 4S, an upgrade from the iPhone 4 that runs on a dual-core A5 processor and is capable of operating on both GSM and CDMA networks. In addition, Sprint
Computer chip maker Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) will enter the tablet market next month with its Atom-based Oak Trail platform. Intel's new Atom Z670 processor offers speeds of 1.5 GHz and will include a
Consumer Reports published its rankings for tablets and placed the iPad 2 on top. The device scored high marks for battery life, display screen and ease of use. The magazine said it evaluated tablets