They’re not just disruptive—these 50 companies are also intelligent in the way they build their businesses.
Academics at CMU will try to extend Yahoo’s services with mobile apps that act like personal assistants.
Facebook’s new Paper app for iPhone shows that the company can offer more than just a place to keep up with friends.
Researchers at MIT Media Lab develop tool to improve information flow within social networks.
Small companies are showing that the technology we rely on can be redesigned to protect our data—and that consumers are interested.
U.S. and U.K. surveillance of smartphone users has been helped by mobile developers—few of whom bother to adopt basic encryption.
New software lets you mark places as off-limits for wearable camera gadgets like Google Glass.
Being able to easily link to content inside mobile apps could make them easier to use and also boost the mobile ad industry.
Zimperium believes its machine-learning approach to mobile security can outwit hackers.
The charming automated assistant in Spike Jonze’s new movie isn’t realistic. But if they were designed thoughtfully, computerized interlocutors could make us better people.