In this guest post, Professor Borcea of the New Jersey Institute of Technology lays out his vision of cloud-augmented mobile computing and the potential impact his research could have on fields like healthcare and social services.
Released on Christmas 2014, the LG Fx0 stands as being Japan’s first Firefox OS device, as well as the platform’s most impressive spec spread yet. Thoughts!
With CES behind us, it is time to start looking at MWC in March. Here is what we think Samsung will be announcing in Barcelona, plus some thoughts on Tizen.
CES 2015 is a wrap, here is what we thought were the best parts of the show as far as Android Auto goes. One thing is for sure, Android Auto is just getting started.
We’ve rounded up the best smartphone and tablet news from CES 2015. If you haven’t had time to catch any of our coverage so far, now is the time to do so!
Competition is supposed to drive innovation and quality up as it drives prices down, but that’s not always the case. Focusing on what rivals are doing and refusing to collaborate on standards is bad for consumers.
We’ve seen both the G Flex 2 and the Note Edge, and so we have to ask: who do you feel has the better approach to curved displays? Do curved phones have a mainstream future, or are they mostly a gimmick?
Here are some ways wireless companies are purposefully misleading customers through confusing terms and hidden fine print.
What Android-related announcement were you most excited about in 2014? What had you most disappointed? Be sure to participate in our poll and let us know what you think.
2014 was an interesting year for hacks and security breaches around the globe with governments and large companies both taking the hits and dishing them out. Here is our list of the top 11 hacks of 2014.