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In the mobile-phone battle zone, each successive gadget tries to shoot down its predecessors.
Businesses are quietly buying mobile-phone data to discover the paths that consumers take.
Apps that track how people use their phones could help make the devices more efficient.
Handsets will soon be able to connect to other gadgets or make payments with a tap.
Needing a huge boost in the mobile market, Microsoft will begin selling new phones with an updated version of Windows.
Intel’s MeeGo will let apps span tablets, phones, and TVs.
NudgeCam encourages good footage by tracking faces and assessing sound quality.
New design would mean fewer dropped calls, longer battery life.
Mobile carriers might get marketing insights from studying whom you call and what device you use.