With GPS apps for Android OS phones, "to pay or not to pay" as a big question. Join us as we take a hands-on look at seven paid GPS apps and how they compare vs. the free apps reviewed here last week.» Read Article
Old handsets that end up in landfills leak toxic chemicals into the soil and groundwater. But there are programs that make it easy for consumers to recycle, and even make some money.
iOS 5, the next generation of Apple's OS for iPhones and iPads, will include 200 new features, said Apple's Steve Jobs on Monday. Highlights include Reminders, a new Game Center, and a revamped mobile Safari browser. The new iCloud service was also rolled out.
In the wake of lackluster sales of their Nuvifone series, Garmin and Asus have announced the end of their partnership to create navigation-oriented smartphones.
For users who like to store lots of music, video and photos on to their smartphones, Kingston has started shipment of a new 32 GB microSDHC card, making it the second company to offer a microSD card of this capacity.
Verizon has started a new program aimed at letting customers dispose of a phone in an environmentally sound way while also benefiting community programs and giving credit toward a new phone or phone bill.
TechnologyGuide and Brighthand will host the 2nd Brighthand Mobile Film Festival this October in San Francisco, as part of the CTIA Enterprise & Applications 2010 event, showcasing the best and brightest in made-for-mobile content.
Apple may have more than 200,000 mobile applications in its App Store, but in reality only seven types of applications are expected to drive software downloads and the market over the next few years.
When someone is setting out to buy a smartphone, it's important to get one with all the features they need. This guide goes through the possibilities, discussing the features that students need, and what they might not.
Over time, features that were once available only in high-end models trickle down to become standard on virtually every smartphone. What currently cutting-edge feature would you most like to see become mainstream?
Arguing that San Francisco's new cell phone radiation law violates the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution, the CTIA wireless industry association has filed a lawsuit to halt its enforcement.
Cellular communications and Wi-Fi networks were at one time bitter foes. Recently, the hostility has abated and rather than competitive alternatives, the two are viewed as complimentary services.
While some studies claim that cell phone radiation and frequent use of cell phones can be hazardous to your health, there is still no concrete evidence linking cell phones to illnesses and death.
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