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- 10/07/10--14:04: iPhone vs. Android: The Smart-Phone Wars Rage On
- 12/21/10--16:48: Google PowerMeter tracks home electricity via Wi-Fi
- 02/09/11--09:50: Are Dual-Screen Phones The New Trend [Hands-on]
- 06/04/11--06:56: Army tests iOS and Android devices for potential combat usage
- 06/04/11--12:10: OtterBox Tries To Get Fake Chinese Phone Cases Banned
- 07/22/11--05:03: Cyberthugs Love Smartphones & Leaky, Sneaky Mobile Malware
The fierce competition between Apple and makers of Google-powered handsets is great news for consumers
Google signs on the makers of PowerCost Monitor to track electricity data either through a dedicated monitor or Google's PowerMeter Web application on PC or smartphone.
This unique Sprint smartphone may be the first in a line of dual-screen devices.
The US Army is beginning some interesting testing.
They are considering dropping out some of the bulkier and significantly more expensive communications gear currently carried by soldiers, and replacing it with a smart phone. The phones, which run between $400 to $700, would either be Apple models, ...
International Trade Commission says that U.S. firms lost at least $48 billion in a single year thanks to Chinese companies stealing their intellectual property designs. U.S. smartphone case manufacturer, OtterBox, has had enough and doesn't want to take it anymore. OtterBox has built a $50 million business designing hard case covers...
Glasses have been passively correcting human vision for centuries, using tricks of light to compensate for various visual impairments.
But there are some conditions that simple lenses cant correct. So Oxford University researchers are getting proactive with a pair of frames packed with technologies usually found in gaming consoles and smartphones to give greater independence and self sufficiency to those suffering from more serious optical ail
Cyberthugs may love your smartphone even more than you and are 'thinking outside the box' to infect yours to better steal your data.
It's been predicted that 1 in 20 mobile devices will be infected with mobile malware. Despite security firms warning that mobile malware is a continually rising threat, many users still adore changing apps more often than undies.
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