Walking into a mobile trade show, you’re immediately hit with company names you recognize from everyday tech life.
ARM has consolidated its control over the lucrative mobile space and is moving to challenge x86 architecture in markets currently dominated by Intel and AMD.
Wireless communication has shifted over the years, from widespread radio access to limited range WiFi and cell coverage.
Being a pro-democracy activist in certain countries is not for the faint-hearted, as demonstrations are violently stopped and activists regularly arrested.
More and more people may be using mobile phones to access news, say researchers, but this isn't eating into the kfor more traditional news services.
Well, it isn't as if this developer has an agenda, say like plugging mobile gaming as a panacea for all the world's ills.
A Silicon Valley start-up known as Bubblie is hoping to redefine the way we view photographs with what it calls a "bubble" image.
What has been a long standing rumor was recently confirmed by City A.M., who reports that HTC will launch two Facebook branded mobile phones next month.
The Khronos Group has launched its OpenMAX AL 1.1 specification, a cross-platform C-language API for high-performance multimedia apps on mobile and embedded devices.
IBM has confirmed that it is working with ARM to design a new generation of mobile processors optimized for both performance and power efficiency.
Could Crysis be getting a mobile makeover? Well, it sure seems that way, as Crytek wants to hire an iOS dev who is "passionate" about video games.
AMD is poised to launch an exploratory tablet campaign based on its next-gen "Bobcat" architecture.
Microsoft will reportedly announce an ARM-friendly version of its flagship Windows operating system at CES 2011 in January.
A federal appeals court has rejected a claim by the Obama administration that it is "never required" to obtain a court order before accessing cell-site information retained by mobile carriers.
What makes for a great story? Drama, a good premise, unexpected twists, invariable turns, and maybe a juicy secret or two to top it off.
The PC-centric is drawing to an unceremonious close, with smartphones, tablets and other mobile app-enabled devices expected to outpace PC sales over the next 18 months.
European governments are in danger of missing their targets for fast broadband penetration, despite the fact that the number of 10Mbps connections has almost doubled in the last year, says an EU report.
Opera has released its Mobile 10.1 beta for Android, adding pinch-to-zoom and support for location services.
Google's launched its Instant search feature for the iPhone 4 and Android 2.2 smartphones, and is promising support for more OSs in the months to come.
Should the President of the United States be granted the power to flip an Internet "kill switch" in the event of a coordinated cyber offensive?