A ten-year study into whether or not mobile phones cause brain tumors has concluded... maybe.
HTC has filed a patent infringement complaint against Apple with the US International Trade Commission, just two months after Apple filed a suit of its own against HTC.
Sharp has developed the first high-definition 3D camera for mobile phones, and says it plans to begin mass production by the end of the year.
A University of Florida engineering researcher has developed a tiny night vision device that would be incorporated into everything from cellphones to eyeglasses and car windscreens.
Sharp, Panasonic, Fujitsu and NEC are planning to develop a standardized software platform for their cellphones.
A new long-term study is to investigate a possible link between the use of mobile phones and long-term health problems such as cancer.
Teenage American girls send more than 100 text messages a day, according to research from the Pew Internet and American Life Project.
Dedicated navigation devices such as those from TomTom and Garmin could be on the way out, according to ComScore.
Thirty million Mexicans could find their cellphones dead this weekend, thanks to a new law that forces phone owners to register their identities.
A very small number of people can drive safely while talking on the phone, University of Utah psychologists have found.
Motorola and Microsoft have signed a deal to put Bing search and mapping services on mobile phones in China - neatly filling the gap Google looks like creating.
The University of South Australia and Nokia have teamed up to produce an application that allows phone users to see through walls.
More details have emerged of Microsoft's Project Pink phone - and it looks like it won't support Windows Phone 7.
The writing may be on the wall for newspapers - or on the screen, at least. A new report from the Pew Internet and American Life project says that online news has taken over from print as the third most popular way for Americans to get their news.
What to do if the government bans texting while driving? Fear not. In the UK, where there's already legislation against it, drivers have found a solution: update your Facebook page instead.
Cars, mobile phones and computers could be powered by their bodywork, thanks to new battery technology.