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?
Sony Ericsson has accidentally revealed that one of its smartphones is on the way to AT&T before the official announcement. The highlight of the Sony Ericsson Vivaz is its 8.1 megapixel camera, but this Symbian device offers a range of other features, too.
Regardless of the presence or absence of security risks, employees in many places now carry lots of clout around choosing which smartphones and other gadgets to use, according to a spate of new research.
At the beginning of each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the smartphones that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks. This month's listing is almost completely dominated by models that have come out in the last couple of months.
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.
The U.S. Copyright Office has ruled that modifying an Apple iPhone so that it can run third-party apps not approved by Apple is legal. It is also legal to unlock phones so that they can be used on any wireless carrier's network.
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.
There are many ways mobile devices and remote connectivity can put a company in danger. Understanding these security vulnerabilities is crucial for protecting computer systems.
In rising numbers, Americans are using their cell phones to go online, text, take photos, play music, and engage in other activities beyond old-fashioned voice calling, affirms a new study.
While the use of mobile banking is going up, smartphone users don't want to pay extra to do their banking from their devices, and banks aren't making money yet from the mobile services, says a new survey from IDC.
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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