News and Articles About Mobile Phones
It's a vulgar, panicky and needy habit.
If you want to survive in today's digital world and get more eyeballs to see your company's offerings, consider adding mobile applications to your strategy.
The online retailer expands further into mobile with its first phone, complete with a 3-D interface and a media-recognizing feature called Firefly.
It's like nothing we've ever seen before! Wait, we've never seen it.
Patrick O'Neill held himself to a high standard when developing the olloclip, a mobile photo lens that has become a multimillion-dollar business.
With the versatility offered by mobile devices comes the risk of cyber theft. Here are five strategies for employers to reduce their exposure.
Because face-to-face meetings are for actually facing other people -- not for texting, checking emails and taking calls on your smartphone.
The venture capital money came pouring in for Burner, a mobile app that doles out disposable phone numbers for calling and texting.
Researchers were surprised by the amount of personal information they were able to discover about a person based solely on the numbers he or she called.
Molly Martin has known since sophomore year of high school that she wanted to be an entrepreneur. Here's how made it happen as a Wireless Zone franchisee.
Trying to keep up with technology is like trying to earn love from a person who doesnt know how to love.
Forget about the latest iPhone or Samsung device. The Nokia 6310, discontinued more than six years ago, is the phone of the elite.
Regulators never had any data to suggest that cell phone use in flight was in any way a danger to passengers.
More consumers are using their smartphones or tablets for online banking, which could raise security risks.
AT&T and T-Mobile roll out new plans to encourage customers to upgrade their smartphones and tablets more frequently.
New York-based bMobilized has an algorithm which will generate a version of your company's website specifically designed to fit mobile devices.
What we know so far about phones that are expected this year, including the Samsung Galaxy Note III, a new iPhone and more.
Wearable computers are the future, says one industry expert.
You might have thousands of dollars in unused equipment lying around your office -- here's how to turn it into cold hard cash.
Some might find this an amazingly useful phone -- save for one glaring flaw.
This new phone might be too large for many people -- for business or personal use.
Get a handle on these basics and start using your devices more efficiently.
Samsung was ordered to pay Apple $1 billion for infringing on its patents. Will this change the way other mobile devices are made?
Before you throw away your old computers and smartphones, make sure what's inside them won't harm your business -- or anyone else.
Consider this advice for keeping data charges on work smartphones and tablets as low as possible.