LG Electronics and Samsung both appear to be gearing up to launch smartphones with curved-screen displays in the fourth quarter in preparation for the holiday smartphone buying season.
Look for announcements involving motion- and gesture-based TV navigation in January, with the Consumer Electronics Association announcing Tuesday that it'll build a MotionTech exhibit at its annual convention in Las Vegas spotlighting technology companies with products that rely on motion-based technology.
Dish Network and Intel are on the list of companies the Consumer Electronics Association said will participate in its "press day" event on Jan. 6 when it kicks off the 2014 International CES.
Samsung launched new applications for its Smart TV platform, but its updated catalog doesn't include the long-anticipated apps it has been developing with Comcast and Time Warner Cable.
Two weeks after CNET dropped Dish Network's Hopper DVR from an awards program it hosts each year with the Consumer Electronics Association because of a court battle between Dish and CNET parent CBS Corp., CEA said Thursday it decided to name Dish a co-winner of its "Best of Show" award.
The Consumer Electronics Association said it filed a court filing that supports Dish Network in its battle with CBS, NBC, Fox and other broadcasters related to the ad-skipping technology in its Hopper DVR.
Twelve months. More than 50 events. Some 20,000 developers. And about 120 corporate members. These are the statistics that make Jon Potter proud.
Over-the-top voice services beware. AT&T Mobility is currently in alpha testing of a new Call Management API service that will let customers take their existing AT&T mobile phone number with them regardless of what device they are using.
AS VEGAS--AT&T Mobility will launch its Digital Life home automation service in eight markets in March with plans to expand the service to 50 markets nationwide by year-end. The company will handle all aspects of the service from selling it at AT&T retail stores to providing customer service, billing and installation.
T-Mobile USA appears to be the destination for one of ZTE's forthcoming new smartphones in its Grand line, according to documents filed with the FCC.