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Can an armband that controls gestures by measuring muscle activity make it as a mainstream gadget?
App makers sometimes bend the rules by using a tool geared toward corporate IT departments—and Apple knows it’s happening.
A growing number of apps hope to turn smartphones into personal assistants.
The movements of Android users let Google track live traffic—a service being extended to new countries and U.S. cities today.
Researchers show that a smart phone can measure some vital signs accurately and conveniently.
Intel is testing technology that would issue an alert if someone hit your parked car, and could capture video if a thief made off with it.
A startup’s new technology will let smart phones recognize objects by mimicking the human visual system.
The company’s Chrome browser and Drive storage app arrive for iPad and iPhones—and could perhaps woo business customers.
The addition of Internet radio to the music service’s iPhone app could also be a boon to its bottom line.
The prototype could also monitor an elderly driver’s aptitude over time.