The federal government is proposing new privacy rules that would make Internet service providers such as cable and phone companies ask your permission in some instances before using and sharing your data.
It's difficult to justify paying for a high-priced, top-end smartphone these days—unless, that is, you want to take good pictures.
Humans spend a lot of time creating things—this drives a huge amount of our lives, economically and personally—and we are always in a fight to keep them from breaking down. Houses, roads, cars. Power lines and bridges. ...
If you could build your dream smartphone, what would it look like? Now suppose you could put it together yourself.
Imagine looking at some advertisements for cell phones. One features a highly stylized font that is difficult to read; the other appears in an easy-to-read font. How would you respond to the different promotional offers? ...
Move over, Apple and Samsung. The next big smartphone might be from little-known Chinese brands such as TCL and OPPO.
The more expensive an item, the more likely it is to be targeted by thieves and stolen, a report by a University of Warwick academic has revealed.
Samsung's mobile-payment service will expand beyond the U.S. and South Korea this year.
In Australia there are many more mobile services in use than there are people.
What do irritable, squished riders on a crowded subway train do? According to a forthcoming study in the INFORMS journal Marketing Science, they often immerse themselves in their mobile phones to escape the crowd, and that ...