Millions of people are dumping their laptops and snapping up iPads or tablets powered by Google's Android system. Now Apple has presented its new line-up, while the Microsoft camp has made another play for some of those growing tablet sales.
The US tech giant seeks to jump on up-and-coming technology trends with a new "smart" home speaker, and device features touching on virtual reality, online privacy and a form of artificial intelligence.
Nokia has taken legal action against Apple before German and American courts, accusing the larger company of violating dozens of its patents. The contested patents include display, user interface and software systems.
Microsoft has unveiled three new phones, a tablet, a laptop and a new wearable fitness tracker that will run its latest operating system, Windows 10. The tech giant is trying hard to capture more market share.
The Nokia 3310, once the world's most beloved phone, will be resurrected as a low-cost alternative in the smartphone-era. It will be sold by Finnish start-up HMD Global, which acquired the Nokia brand name in 2016.
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