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Low-tech phone technology allows images to be sent as bitmaps in text messages, opening up applications for the world’s poorest.
Clear pares down a to-do list to just a few functions, and gives you pinch-and-swipe control.
Video calling or movie apps could receive extra bandwidth—for a price, of course.
Researchers show that a smart phone can measure some vital signs accurately and conveniently.
Only a few handsets contain contactless payment chips, but many more devices could use sounds to achieve the same purpose.
Small USB devices that offer service to nearby cell phones provide faster Web access and an alternative to expensive international roaming.
Phones don’t have to be smart to be vulnerable.
Businesses are quietly buying mobile-phone data to discover the paths that consumers take.
Pebble unveils developer tools that allow for motion- and gesture-tracking apps for its smart watch.
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