Putting a satellite into orbit is a rather expensive endeavor that typically costs millions of dollars.
Researchers at Rice University have developed new multi-antenna technology that could potentially help wireless providers keep pace with data-hungry smartphones and tablets.
One of the biggest problems mobile gamers have with their smartphones are the controls, or lack thereof.
As if it wasn't having a bad enough time already, RIM's been ordered to pay out $147.2 million in damages to Mformation Technologies over patents related to the remote management of wireless devices.
Gestures are so ingrained in human culture that it is virtually impossible to communicate without moving your hands or gesticulating with your fingers while in conversation.
Almost a quarter of apps that contain Android's explicit power control APIs, or wakelocks, may have major battery-draining bugs.
The king is dead; long live the king. After a 14-year run, Nokia has finally lost its crown as the world's leading cellphone manufacturer.
Samsung is reportedly prepping a lineup of flexible color displays that could launch by the end of 2012 and find its way into devices such as smartphones and tablets by 2013.
RIM has announced a fourth quarter loss of $125 million, and says it plans to pull out of the consumer market.
In many parts of the world, Nokia sells more mobile phones than any other competitor, even if those devices are in the low-end and medium-range of the market.
A prominent Silicon Valley analyst believes that Intel's recently introduced x86 Medfield platform is a "credible SoC" for smartphones.
Many people are so hooked on their phones that they experience 'phantom vibrations' and think they've received a text when they haven't.
Smartphones - rather than traditional cameras - are apparently becoming the go-to devices for users taking casual photos and videos on the fly.
ARM has debuted the Mali-T658 Graphics Processing Unit (GPU), the latest addition to its Midgard architecture-based GPU family.
ARM currently dominates the lucrative mobile space (smartphones and tablets) with its low-power sipping RISC-based architecture.
Canonical has confirmed plans to expand its Ubuntu Linux distribution to tablets, smartphones and other mobile interactive devices.
Slow sales of Google TV units apparently prompted Intel to ditch the hyper-competitive TV system-on-chip (SoC) market and shift its focus to smartphones and tablets.
Google's popular Android operating system is typically associated with RISC-powered ARM devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Don't get paranoid, but a Georgia Tech research team says it's possible to use a phone to track what a person's typing on their keyboard nearby.
A new 'subconscious mode' for smartphones could increase battery life by as much as 54 percent for users on busy networks.