Twitter is partnering with a Singapore startup to offer access to users without data-enabled smartphones. Feature phones can access Twitter through menu-driven USSD codes.
Unlike Target, Walmart and Best Buy, which have revealed Black Friday 2013 deals in their entirety already, Amazon keeps playing it cool, teasing upcoming promos and promising an unforgettable week of savings.
Researchers at Disney have developed a way for people to ‘feel’ textures on touchscreen surfaces.
Social media services are as prevalent as mobile devices today that practically everyone has access from anywhere and at any time. Why are TV networks and show producers are scrambling to grab user attention through social media as a new extension of the TV screen?
APK teardown of Google’s new Android email client shows that ads may be coming soon along with bookmarking option.
New York Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman, has announced the formation of a coalition of law enforcement agencies which are looking for the implementation of a smartphone “kill switch.”
While many iPhone users have been hoping for a phone closer in size to that of larger smartphones, Google and Samsung are now planning to scale back the size of their phones to something closer to what Apple is producing. Samsung is releasing two “mini” 4.3-inch versions of their Galaxy S4, called the G4 zoom
The new August Smart Lock will unlock your door from the inside, responding to a digital key transmitted by an app on your smartphone. The concept is very simple: a round device that fits over the lock on the inside of a door. The key is your Bluetooth-LE enabled smartphone, which will trigger the device