A Kickstarter campaign promises a usable and well-designed wireless charger built with sustainable materials. Is it a great idea, or is it too expensive?
With AMD’s mobile failings, it might be time to give for Via to give Intel a run for its mobile SoC money.
After the failing to get smartphone vendors interested in Tegra, Nvidia’s CEO says he sees a future for the SoC in automobiles and set-top gaming boxes.
PERES is an electronic “nose” that enables smartphones to determine whether a food item or ingredient is suitable for consumption.
Asus’ move to Qualcomm for the next ZenFone exposes a critical flaw in Intel’s mobile strategy.
A crowd-funding project on Pozible will get you an IR blaster that plugs into your smartphone’s audio jack.
AMD launched its mobile followup to Kabini and Temash yesterday with a bevy of synthetic benchmarks, but absent were hardware wins.
A mobile-oriented startup rewards users with prepaid credits for opting-in to advertisements, exploring several access points, like web, mobile apps and SMS.
Facebook is taking location sharing to a whole new level with Nearby Friends, offering to improve real-world connections by letting users find friends who are nearby.
As online providers thrive on offering free products and services in exchange for marketing data, government has started piggybacking on these surveillance mechanisms.
Despite mobile announcements that are impressive on paper, Intel is still struggling with winning confidence from manufacturers.
MasterCard has announced the deeper support of its virtual mobile wallet for in-app purchases.
What plans does Facebook have in store for the chat app? Will it still be “No ads. No games. No gimmicks,” for WhatsApp?
Oculus CTO and fixture of Nvidia’s previous ‘Way it’s Meant to be Played’ event tweets he doubts Nvidia’s new mobile SoC can take on consoles.
Bitcoin has been gaining mainstream acceptance as a mode of payment for various institutions and now its latest success is in the realm of high-stakes casinos, both online and Vegas-based.
Facebook is launching a mobile app for reading shared newsfeeds that will compete against the likes of Flipboard, Zite and Google Currents.
Qualcomm has acquired 2,400 issued and pending patents from Hewlett-Packard.
Twitter is bringing the look and feel of its own Android and iOS app to twitter.com on the web, in the aim of making the app’s look and feel more consistent across platforms.
Pornography is clearly a driver of technological innovation, and this industry is quick to take advantage of developments in digital content distribution with today’s medium of choice: mobile devices.
A recent Nielsen study reveals that Facebook is the top mobile app of 2013. Also on the list are other social networking apps like Twitter and Instagram. Google dominates the top 10 list, however, and is the number one U.S. web brand for the year.