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Tiny advances are loudly proclaimed as the industry battles over fractions of an ever-vaster global mobile market.
Three new Razr devices boast big screens and long battery life—and hope to steal some of the new iPhone’s thunder.
The ailing phone maker banks on high-quality cameras, augmented reality, and wireless charging.
A growing number of apps hope to turn smartphones into personal assistants.
Australian startup biNu uses cloud computing to help basic-phone users access the Web on slower networks.
As well as making layoffs and reshuffling executives, Google has focused Motorola on researching risky, breakthrough technology.
Many users’ perceptions are at odds with the realities, researchers show.
As smartphones explode in popularity, augmented reality is starting to move from novelty to utility.
A malicious Wi-Fi network could command devices to report future movements—and perhaps snoop on private data.
Algorithms that automatically reroute your car look like the next trend in mobile mapping.