Why should smartphones make us choose between using them too much or not at all?
The same voting patterns crop up in every country that shares a particular type of electoral system, say sociophysicists
Voice biometrics is the obvious choice for authentication over a mobile phone. And now researchers say they've found a way to overcome its usual limitations
Substantive issues are on the table, but little change may come from U.N. gathering
A report shows that a higher percentage of Android devices are targeted by hackers than Windows machines.
Mobile developers should band together and devote only some of their time and revenue to making original apps.
From EmTech 2012: young innovators present world-changing ideas in three minutes or less.
Instead of creating a fleet of GPS-type satellites, why not broadcast the signals from the ground and route them through existing communications satellites? Indeed, China has already tested the idea
Phony press release claims that search giant paid $400 million for a $1 million wireless company.