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A new handheld ultrasound device could be the first that can connect directly to cell-phone and Wi-Fi networks.
A new book argues that concentration of power is an inevitable result of new communications networks.
In the mobile-phone battle zone, each successive gadget tries to shoot down its predecessors.
Apps that track how people use their phones could help make the devices more efficient.
New design would mean fewer dropped calls, longer battery life.
Networking sensors attached to taxis could ease the hunt for street parking.
A quantum switch could add pressure sensing to mobile screens.
New systems could improve service for those with old and new smart phones.
Three overshadowed technologies from CES.