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A startup’s new technology will let smart phones recognize objects by mimicking the human visual system.
Phones don’t have to be smart to be vulnerable.
Your cell phone could soon tell your friends what you’re buying and where.
Businesses are quietly buying mobile-phone data to discover the paths that consumers take.
Despite a global recession, mobile-payment services are surging in the developing world.
Swapping software can give one GSM phone the power to prevent incoming calls and text messages from reaching other phones nearby.
Mobile-phone activity can provide a warning of disease flare-ups.
The technology is becoming ubiquitous—but don’t expect to be able to call just anyone.