The Internet isn’t robust enough for the ongoing explosion of connected devices. Now labs around the country are scrambling for solutions.
The Pebble, created thanks to $10 million raised on Kickstarter, is a notable crowdfunding success story.
Swype’s Living Language feature adds slang to its auto-complete dictionary by watching what users type.
Mark Shuttleworth, founder of the company behind the Linux distribution, says the smartphone version will find a niche in countries where Ubuntu is already popular.
Intel announces a “value” smartphone chip designed to power millions of low-cost mobile devices.
The new processor hints at the next wave of mobile communications breakthroughs.
In 2012, exploding global adoption of smartphones and tablets drove new communications technologies and policies.
A Microsoft Research project offloads data and calculations to save battery life.
Longtime political operative Joe Trippi cheers the innovations of Obama 2012, saying they restored the primacy of the individual voter.
A slew of startups are trying to make e-mail more useful, but it’s a tough proposition.