BlackBerry is an example of how to revive a dying brand

People need to stop talking about Blackberry’s phone franchise like it’s a eulogy, since the company has recovered in a massive way 

History 101: Wearable technology throughout the ages

Your grandfather's reading glasses were a form of wearable technology -- back in the day 

The top Chinese smartphone brand, Huawei, just launched a mobile payment service

Huawei Pay is only available in China, but with a growing market in Western Europe, it will be interesting to see how fast it looks abroad 

Global smartphone sales may have peaked, growth to drop to single digits in 2016

While everyone knew it was a rough year for Windows phones, the numbers are shockingly depressing for the smartphone brand 

How communities help shape companies

How can tech firms implement a "horizontal marketing concept" in respective countries they are operating in? 

Book hotel rooms for 70% off published rates! Now that's something!

Last minute booking app In2nite addresses the needs of spontaneous travellers; wants to reach 15 Asian countries in the near future 

Five reasons why you should give Nokia X a chance

Are you sold on Nokia's Android device yet? Here are five reasons why we think you should give it a shot 

After iOS launch, Chaatz now available for Android users too

Chaatz launches Android app; Co-founder Arnie Chaudhuri talks to e27 about the company's mission to connect everyone in the world 

Ex-Nokia CEO now controls Microsoft's Xbox division

Stephen Elop takes over Microsoft's Devices and Studios division from Executive Vice President Julie Larson-Green 

Nokia X is official: Is Android 'Plan B' for Nokia and Microsoft?

Nokia has formally launched its latest Nokia X smartphone series, which runs a forked version of Android