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Smartphones, tablets, and wireless data plans are already a trillion-dollar business. It’s just the beginning.
Motorola Mobility’s sale to Lenovo only looks like a loss—the patents were cheap, and Google might yet advance wearables, home devices, and modular phone hardware.
Mapillary is trying to build a community-generated version of Google Street View.
Apple and Samsung, beware. Practically anyone can make a smartphone these days.
Apple’s always-on motion-sensing M7 chip points the way to an era of mobile gesture-recognition and “ambient intelligence.”
Secret, a new app that lets you share honestly and anonymously, is addictive.
Electromagnetic interference can turn a plain LCD into a touch screen on the cheap.
If it can cleverly blend hardware and software in new ways, reach new markets, and take advantage of Nokia’s patent portfolio, Microsoft’s billions could be well spent.
MindMeld analyzes your conversations and tries to offer helpful info from the Web. It’s a cool idea, but it doesn’t work as well as it needs to.