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A computer two millimeters square is the start of an effort to make chips that can put computer power just about anywhere for the vaunted “Internet of Things.”
Zoomboard—a miniscule keyboard that zooms when you tap it—could make it easier to type on smart watches.
Mobile network speeds in urban areas could dramatically increase if consumers connected small, public base stations to their home broadband.
The appeal of Facebook’s new phone software may be limited to hardcore users.
Smartphone apps that send disappearing messages are gaining in popularity.
Samsung’s technology for ultrafast data speeds currently requires a truckload of equipment.
Suneet Singh Tuli, the man behind the ultracheap Aakash 2 tablet, says the West doesn’t understand mobile business in the developing world.
Data that shows where people live, work, and play is being sold to businesses and city planners, as mobile operators seek new sources of revenue.
Smartphones, tablets, and wireless data plans are already a trillion-dollar business. It’s just the beginning.
Putting broadcast signals within LTE mobile network technology could open up bandwidth and disrupt business models.