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Phones don’t have to be smart to be vulnerable.
Apple invented a new category of mobile device, consumers want faster connections, and the spectrum is more crowded than ever.
As more people carry the devices, technology firms are creating better security checks for bank transactions.
A new handheld ultrasound device could be the first that can connect directly to cell-phone and Wi-Fi networks.
Nokia experiments with a universal in-box that combines messages from many separate apps into a single place.
Ubiquitous handsets introduce mobile payments to those who lack bank accounts.
A new book argues that concentration of power is an inevitable result of new communications networks.
A Q&A with the founder of the Jumptap network.
Your cell phone could soon tell your friends what you’re buying and where.