Smartphone battle moves from software to hardware with a crucial component to cut power consumption and allow faster data transmission.
New study provides a comprehensive look at where a steadily growing quantity of old computers, televisions, and phones end up.
Along with NSA spying revelations, 2013 brought faster wireless technologies, global connectivity expansion, and new communications business models.
New study uses network data to show communication patterns and divisions in many major nations.
Satellite companies see promise in new technology to double bandwidth.
Omate’s TrueSmart watch is an intriguing idea, but has many problems.
Data synthesis and sensor coverage make for better monitoring of natural disasters.
Developers hope apps that improve upon their smartphone versions will help Google’s head-worn computer catch on.
A robot able to play touch screen games like Cut the Rope can judge whether humans will find a new device responsive.
Microchips modeled on the brain may excel at tasks that baffle today’s computers.