Many companies have designed "smart" home products that integrate with Apple's HomeKit, an emerging technology for controlling lights and appliances through a mobile app.
Blackberry and Samsung have splashed frigid water on a report that Samsung wants to make a $7.5 billion takeover offer for the struggling Canadian device maker. But the possibilities are intriguing.
A mass-produced, do-it-yourself smartphone? Why not? Google figures that since users already customize apps and software, maybe they’d like to do the same with their phones’ internal workings.
Tech giant Samsung started selling a $90 smartphone in India that runs on the company's Tizen software, its first major break from Google's Android operating system in the mobile market.
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