Concept videos from RIM show us a future in which the tyranny of the touch screen is all consuming, and, ironically, the BlackBerry has ceased to exist.
Who knew Skynet would be a financial, rather than a defense network?
Could Abraham Lincoln have become president of the United States in a world in which poor children lack access to physical books?
In a TV spot remarkable for its light treatment of the issue, India's !DEA cell carrier suggests more entertainment will be the solution to the pressure of the country's burgeoning population.
On-the-ground reporting of the Arab Spring revolutions will foster a more nuanced discussion of how digital tools matter, and how they don't.
Entire GPS systems, including batteries and wireless transmitters for downloading data, are now no bigger than a coin.
Undoubtedly. But reports that carriers are testing such a model tell us relatively little about just when we might see it.
HP ditches its ailing WebOS phones and Touchpad.
Researchers studying mobile devices often find themselves on shaky ground.
Like the characters in the forthcoming film it gives life to--"Rise of the Planet of the Apes"--motion-capture technology has become suddenly more advanced.