U.S. Investigates Security of Mobile Devices
The Federal Communications Commission and Federal Trade Commission have asked mobile phone carriers and manufacturers to explain how they release security updates amid mounting concerns over security vulnerabilities.
New App Turns Your Mobile Keyboard Into a GIF Library
Giphy Keys releases today on iOS.
Google's CEO Predicts Shift From a Mobile World to an AI World
'Looking to the future, the next big step will be for the very concept of the 'device' to fade away,' Sundar Pichai wrote.
Snapchat Turns Collision Conference Attendees Into Small-Business Heroes on National Superhero Day
Innovators got in touch with their inner superheroes at the Collision Conference in New Orleans with new free filter.
This Car's Tech Wants to Make Sure You Don't Forget Your Wallet
Tile, a startup that makes Bluetooth-enabled trackers, and Jaguar Land Rover are working together so its vehicles will know where you left your stuff.
Startup Plans to Sell Mobile Phone Packed With Tech -- for Around $20,000
The phone is aimed at executives who worry about getting hacked.
Study: Americans Are Ditching Home Internet for Mobile
Roughly 20 percent of people already rely on a phone's connection alone.
Use of Internet on Desktops Is Declining
People are doing a lot on their mobile devices, but rather than supplementing their desktop use, mobile interest seems to be supplanting it.
Etsy's New Web Service Is Its Answer to Wordpress and Squarespace
Sellers on the ecommerce platform can now set up their own customized websites.
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Meet the Startup That Wants to Bring 'Sanity' to the Job Hunt
Personalization, constant communication and video are the benchmarks of recruiting platform HireArt.
In Microsoft's Future, You'll Get Most of Your Tasks Done by Talking to Your Phone
For Satya Nadella, using 'the power of human language' to communicate with machines will be as profound as the development of the Internet and the use of touchscreens on mobile devices.
T-Mobile May Soon Offer Plans Just for Data and Text Messaging
Minutes for voice calls would be left completely out of the equation.
Sound Off: Should Distracted Walkers Be Fined or Jailed?
A New Jersey lawmaker has put forward a bill that stipulates pedestrians with their faces in their phones will pay a fine of $50 or spend up to 15 days in jail.
3 Common Mistakes in Mobile Marketing
This article will make sure you know what they are, and how to avoid them.
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