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Keypads on smooth touch screens are prone to errors, but new ways of providing tactile feedback could make them more accurate.
A new Microsoft application lets people search the Internet on their cell phones using a camera instead of a keypad.
A new design could put the power of a telephoto lens into thin cameras.
Phones don’t have to be smart to be vulnerable.
Many apps collect and share sensitive data, and the developers may not even realize it.
A nanotech-enabled device could replace the flash memory used in portable electronics.
Phone companies should consider the recent hack of the Apple iPhone a wake-up call for better mobile security.
Technology from Hewlett-Packard could help shoppers find the right color.
A new startup combines multiple Web services in order to painlessly glean a simple answer from the Internet.
Cell-phone users can now make the ultimate long-distance call: to friends in the virtual world.