The estimated greenhouse gas emissions from the top 17 consumer technology companies for 2016 amounted to more than 103m metric tons.
After weeks of rumours, it has been confirmed: Google is buying HTC’s smartphone division.
It’s hard to resist the familiar ping of an incoming email, the red notification on your Facebook app or the buzz of a text message.
Samsung is set to launch its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8, in New York today.
After five months in court, the Samsung group leader’s trial is coming to an end.
Samsung is a name readily associated with smartphones and wide-screen TVs, but the company has been broadening its horizons in recent years.
Before 2007, the world did not have smartphones.
Mobile revenue has been struggling recently in Western Europe.
Londoners will have mixed views tube passengers being able to use mobile phones on the tube.
There are few tech battles more intriguing than which company will be crowned smartphone king: Apple or Samsung.
Apple has announced its latest results and reported a surprising fall in iPhone sales.
We’ve all already got phone subscriptions but we’re going to get more anyway.
Smartphone sales are slowing around the world and Europe is no exception.
The number of digital devices people use has hit record levels.