The House of Representatives passed a bill on Friday allowing consumers to unlock their phones for the purpose of switching carriers.
When can police go through a person’s cellphone? The Supreme Court will hear two cases on Tuesday that will shape the future of privacy and police procedure.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson believes that wireless carriers can no longer afford to subsidize the cell phone upgrade cycle.
Gestures are becoming the most integral UI function on smartphones and yet most people aren’t using them to their full potential. We ask designers what they’re doing to improve user experience.
How are U.S. teenagers accessing the internet and using mobile devices? A new report from the Pew Research Center shows that both cell phone adoption, but specifically smartphone adoption, is growing at a rapid pace.
As of Jan. 26, it’s illegal for U.S. consumers to unlock their own cellphone but that could change now that the White House has showed support for a petition to overturn the rule.
Smartphone sales are expected to hit 54 percent of all cell phone sales by 2013, according to new projections from IHS. That is two years faster than previous projections and shows just how big the market is becoming thanks to low-cost handsets and more smartphone adoption.
Golfer Phil Mickelson withdrew from The Memorial Tournament this weekend, and apparently cell phones –or people snapping pictures with them — were to blame. The bigger story is one of cell phones, etiquette and sporting events — something the Summer Olympics will bring to the fore.
With Apple and Nokia at each others’ throats over control over the upcoming nano-SIM standard for mobile phones, the ruling body that was set to decide between them has instead postponed its vote for at least a month.
One of the year’s largest smart grid conferences — DistribuTECH — closes today in San Antonio, Texas. It’s like the CES for utilities, power companies and the vendors that are trying to sell them stuff. Here are the top 10 trends I took away.