News and Articles About Smartphones
The U.S. Department of Transportation has a hang-up with in-flight calls, perhaps enough to put an official kibosh on them and soon.
Have trouble seeing? No worries. A team of university researchers is developing displays that can adjust itself depending on your prescription.
Flipboard lets you catch up on what's hot in your line of business in a few quick swipes.
While the embattled company's CEO is unsure that BlackBerry will be the iconic brand it once was, he remains optimistic about the future.
If the rumors are true, the nation's largest online retailer could give Square and PayPal a run for their money.
The initiative is aimed at younger travelers who are increasingly placing hotel reservations on mobile phones.
The winning companies will figure out how to deliver a seamless and exceptional experience that satisfies users -- before they even ask for it.
The BACtrack Vio is a keychain-sized breathalyzer alongside which users can track their intoxication levels via a smartphone app.
Smartphones and tablets are indispensable to consumers but many business have a learning curve to take advantage of the mobile bonanza.
Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, these gadgets can help keep you on track, in touch and entertained across the miles.
The move signals a democratization of the uber-elite art and collectibles market, as well as growing consumer confidence in online shopping.
If we're going to be on our phones all the time, it's time to ditch 'cell yell' and other annoying habits.
The casual-dining giant wants you to play and pay with its shiny, new tablets. Not yours, and specifically not on Tuesdays. Check, please.
A decorated tech inventor enters the context-based messaging service market, claiming his app is four times faster than the viral messaging app Yo.
A new government report shows that while four in 10 adults live in homes with only a wireless telephone, that number is much higher for younger adults.
With our attention spans shorter than ever, a new study found that people are willing to go to shocking lengths to avoid sitting still.
'Powerless devices will not be permitted onboard the aircraft,' the TSA said, in order to thwart bombs potentially concealed within handheld gadgets.
An app for marking up images streamlines a design firm's operations.
The Soofa not only charges devices on-the-go, but captures environmental data such as weather, noise levels, air quality and number of passersby per hour.
A good cause + nostalgia + that song = over 100,000 backers who have raised nearly $5 million dollars for the project on the platform so far.
A researcher in the United Kingdom built a device that transforms wireless networks into light and sound.
'The fact that technology now allows an individual to carry such information in his hand does not make the information any less worthy of the protection for which [America's] founders fought.'
The online retailer expands further into mobile with its first phone, complete with a 3-D interface and a media-recognizing feature called Firefly.
Starbucks and Powermat are rolling out wireless chargers nationwide and maybe revolutionizing how we charge our tech forever.
Numbers don't lie. Everyone is using their smartphone everywhere to search for everything.
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