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Eric is a freelance writer for InformationWeek specializing in mobile technologies.
Articles by Eric Zeman
posted in July 2016
Capital One has expanded the number of actions account holders can take through the Amazon Echo.
Apple says iPhone sales have surpassed 1 billion, a major milestone for any product.
Despite ongoing declines in iPhone and iPad sales, Apple CEO Tim Cook says he remains hopeful, and states that the company continues to invest significantly in R&D.
BlackBerry's next Android device is no BlackBerry, it's a re-badged as the Alcatel Idol 4.
People will soon be able to put Google Maps into WiFi mode in order to cut down on cellular data use.
The smartwatch market contracted for the first time, thanks to a plunge in Apple Watch sales, according to a report from IDC. However, the report showed that Samsung, Lenovo, LG, and Garmin made gains.
How do you restore confidence in a product that doesn't live up to its primary marketing message? Blame it on a manufacturing defect.
Only about 10% of potential buyers polled by Quartz reported that they will buy the iPhone 7 if it keeps the same design as previous models.
Apple seeded a third round of beta operating systems, including iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS, to its registered developers.
In a move to bolster its Internet of Things (IoT) push, Softbank announced plans to buy mobile chip designer ARM holdings for $32 billion.
Google convinced the arbiters of all things emoji to add more professional women, and women of varying skin color, to the next batch of characters.
Nest takes the wraps off its consumer-grade outdoor security camera that can guard over your house when you're not home.
Samsung has invited media to an event in early August to show off its next-generation phablet, which will skip a generation in naming.
Google improved Project Fi's coverage and speed for international travelers just in time for summer vacations.
Qualcomm gave its top-of-the-line Snapdragon mobile processor a minor spec bump to target the best smartphones slated for the second half of the year.
Apple released public betas of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra this week, providing early access to those willing to put up with bugs and instability.
Google is reportedly preparing two new Android Wear smartwatches, possibly carrying the Nexus brand, for debut later this year.
Apple's next iPhone will finally increase the base storage amount from 16GB to 32GB, according to a Wall Street Journal report. It's a long overdue and welcome change.
Senators and staffers will no longer be given BlackBerry smartphones and will instead receive the iPhone SE or one of Samsung's S6 devices.
Dell says that slate-style tablets aren't good enough for productivity and will focus on Windows 2-in-1s -- that is, detachable devices.