Stephanie Llamas of SuperData Research says there will be greater VR content development this year but growth in proactive VR users will be slower.
From flying drones to robotic unicorns, there was a lot to see at the Toy Fair in New York City this year.
A leaked photo of the new Samsung Galaxy S-8 reveals new design.
Bradley Gastwirth, CEO of ABR Investment Strategy, weighs in on the launches at the Mobile World Congress and Xiaomi's absence from the event.
Tuong Nguyen, principal analyst at Gartner, discusses why Chinese smartphone makers are more popular in EMs than DMs.
Shares of Garmin climbed in intraday trade Wednesday after the company reported an earnings and sales beat for the quarter.
The tech company aims to boost its share in the mobile market, by manufacturing its lower-priced phones in Bengaluru.
Rob Enderle of Enderle Group talks about how the smartphone sector is heating up.
Smartbe is the first intelligent baby stroller of its kind. It is self-driving, has a temperature controlled canopy, and even has a bottle warmer.
The Japanese electronics giant warns of a $6.3-billion write-down and said its chairman was resigning.
Bob O'Donnell, chief analyst at Technalysis Research, talks about the Chinese smartphone makers making inroads in India.
Bob O'Donnell, chief analyst at Technalysis Research, reviews the new Xiaomi Redmi Note 4X and talks about the competitive Chinese smartphone space.
The carrier will offer Verizon Unlimited, which costs $80 for an individual line or $45 per line on a four-line family plan.
Quentin Sannie, CEO of Devialet, talks about how the audio hardware company is exploring inventive ways of creating retail experiences for customers.
It's every cell phone provider on Twitter for themselves, The Verge reports.
An increasing number of foreign companies have been shutting down operations in China, according to South China Morning Post.
Edoardo Stroppiana at AirSelfie talks about the his selfie drone and the competition in the space.
The Japanese TV-to-gaming group took a $1 billion writedown on its struggling movie business.
Arran visits one of the U.K.'s biggest electronics retailers to try to convince them to stock his product.
Both Nathalie and Arran set up their pop-up shops to try and test the market for their unique products.