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New services try to make location information useful but not invasive.
Financial services are reaching the world’s poorest by mobile phone.
A study finds problems, but also offers software fixes that could help cell phones last significantly longer between charges.
A simple gesture-sensing interface could add new meaning to mobile-phone conversations.
A startup hopes to exploit the growing interest in making websites speedier.
An Android phone’s approach to security is radically different from an iPhone’s–but is it better?
An IBM project promises cheaper network management.
Ford and the University of Michigan are developing social networking apps.
Companies are working to add value to geospatial information.
Multiplayer games on mobile devices usually need remote servers–but not this one.