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The designers of the Pebble watch realized that a mobile phone is more useful if you don’t have to take it out of your pocket.
Collecting and analyzing information from simple cell phones can provide surprising insights into how people move about and behave—and even help us understand the spread of diseases.
Messages that quickly self-destruct could enhance the privacy of online communication and make people feel freer to be spontaneous.
Smartphone apps that send disappearing messages are gaining in popularity.
Smartphones, tablets, and wireless data plans are already a trillion-dollar business. It’s just the beginning.
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.
Samsung’s technology for ultrafast data speeds currently requires a truckload of equipment.
Mobile network speeds in urban areas could dramatically increase if consumers connected small, public base stations to their home broadband.
Apps that proactively help people with their lives represent a significant departure from earlier approaches to software.