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The largest-ever release of mobile-phone data yields a model for fixing bus routes.
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.”
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.
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.
Nuance hopes its voice-recognition tech can produce mobile ads that you actually want to have a conversation with.
Smartphones, tablets, and wireless data plans are already a trillion-dollar business. It’s just the beginning.
Apps that proactively help people with their lives represent a significant departure from earlier approaches to software.
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.