There have been reports for some time that Apple is going to shrink the size of the Dock connector on its mobile devices, and the latest to throw its weight behind this story is Reuters.
NFC is coming to a smartphone near you, and Samsung TecTiles show that near field communication is not limited to mobile payments. It can be used to share content and execute smartphone tasks. Find out how well in this review.
A Google Wallet rival is now working with big banks and mobile carriers to test a new device that will retrofit existing iPhones and Android OS phones to let you make NFC cash register payments in stores. An iPhone model adds an extra battery pack, too. Here's an early look.
In a sign of Google's growing interest in selling smarthones directly to the public, a selection of accessories for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is currently available from Google Play.
Anyone who cares about energy independance or the Green Movement is likely wondering if there's anything they can do to help. There is an easy thing all phone users can do: unplug their charger.
iPhone 4/4S customers looking for a true 4G connection need look no further than at the FreedomPop Sleeve. Better yet, high-speed wireless service is free.
Today, Sprint announced the availability and pricing for the Sierra Wireless 4G LTE Tri-Fi Hotspot. This mobile wireless hotspot will offer both LTE and WiMAX.
Kingston announced that the Wi-Drive wireless external storage device has received a hefty update, including Android support as well as other enhancements and improvements, like a new high-capacity version.
The Pebble, a highly-customizable ePaper wristwatch that connects to an Android or iPhone, is available for pre-order on Kickstarter now and will be launched later in the year.
Those looking for a way to use their iPhones as a pico projector now have a cheap and innovative way to do so with PoP Video.
Today, Sony launched SmartWatch MN2: a wristwatch-like device that allows owners to read text messages, social updates and emails, manage calls, as well as control music that is on an Android smartphone.
With iTunes, iCloud, Google Music, Spotify, and an ever-growing number of music apps, we have access to a ton of tunes on our mobile devices. Can the iFrogz Boost speaker do them justice?
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