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If consumers buy in to private wireless phone networks, the industry could save money.
An Israeli startup has made a modular mobile phone that can work on its own or slip into other electronic devices. Will it catch on?
In 2007, life online continued to meld with life offline.
The past 12 months have featured touch screens, context-aware gadgets, autonomous vehicles, and brain-computer interfaces.
MIT’s Sandy Pentland finds surprising implications in patterns of cell-phone use.
Researchers have made defect-free gallium-nitride nanowires that could replace bulky quartz crystals in cell-phone receivers.
Nokia’s Enpocket acquisition paves the way for contextualized mobile advertising.
The W3C hopes that its new tool will help developers build websites that will work well on any device, be it a phone or a video-game console.
A nanotech-enabled device could replace the flash memory used in portable electronics.
A new device offers a pixel layout that saves battery life and presents a sharper picture.