There is some seriously creepy software floating around on the Internet for iPad, iPhone, Android and PC.
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Sony considers smartphone sensors one of the ways the electronics maker can revive -- but needs the facilities to develop them.
U.S. prosectors are hoping that a "kill switch" function will deter the theft of mobile gadgets.
In a recent interview, an Asus executive hinted that the firm is "interested" in pursuing the idea of offering Windows-based phones.
According to comScore, Apple's lead in the smartphone arena remains unchallenged.
In the season of good cheer, how many of these fun holiday-themed apps have you downloaded?
Sprint has secured additional spectrum from U.S. Cellular in a deal worth $480 million.
LG is teaming up with T-Mobile to try and claw back lost marketshare in the United States.
A recent survey on American women suggested that mobile devices bring families closer together. You missed the point.
I'm forgetting how to use my vocal chords. Thanks, smartphone. Thanks, tablet.