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Google Home Max review: Smart Sound makes the world go ’round

by Adam Molina 7 hours ago0 comments
News

Hands-on with Alcatel's new phones at MWC 2018

by Adam Molina 6 hours ago1 comments
Apps & Games

DirecTV Now vs Hulu vs PlayStation Vue vs Sling TV vs YouTube TV

by Joe Hindy 2 days ago97 comments
Features

Here’s why Google should launch a game streaming service

by John Callaham 1 day ago3 comments
11 articles

Study shows smartphone notifications create symptoms similar to ADHD

A study by the University of British Columbia has demonstrated that smartphone notifications can cause symptoms similar to ADHD.
by Sean KingMay 31, 2016

Mobile phones don’t cause brain cancer after all: study

A new 30-year study out of Australia claims that there is no correlation between increasing usage of cell phones and incidences of brain cancer.
by Kris CarlonMay 9, 2016

New data storage solution can store the world’s data in your pocket. Forever

A new breakthrough in quartz crystal data storage has made it possible to store 360 TB of data on a single quartz disc for 14 billion years.
by Kris CarlonFebruary 17, 2016

Are smartphones affecting your relationship? Researchers believe they could be

Before we can start trying to work on a solution for "Phubbing" (phone snubbing), it has to become an official thing, and we believe the latest research coming from the Hankamer School ...
by Edgar CervantesNovember 3, 2015

People still don’t value wearables very highly, research finds

Juniper Research suggests that only 1 in 5 customers are prepared to pay more than $175 for any wearable gadget.
by Robert TriggsOctober 26, 2015

The future landscape of mobile devices

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 ...
by Guest PostJanuary 14, 2015

Looking good – this LED research could improve display clarity by 400%

LED research out of Princeton uses nanotechnology to produce LEDs with dramatically improved brightness, efficiency and clarity. A smartphone display made of this tech could be 400% ...
by Jonathan FeistSeptember 28, 2014

Charge your phone using the vibrations of sound

Researchers at the Queen Mary University in London are working on a way to charge your cell phone using nothing more than sound. Go ahead, play your music, we need a top up.
by Jonathan FeistAugust 20, 2014

On the phone while driving? This research may put an end to that

Researchers in Brazil are working on a system that can detect when you are on the phone behind the wheel. It won't lock you out of your phone, or notify the police, at least not yet.
by Jonathan FeistAugust 17, 2014

American smartphone buyers prioritize LTE and screen size – what do you want in your phone?

Personal preferences play the most important role in choosing the right device, but this doesn't mean we don't collectively tend to prefer certain features or factors over others.
by Edgar CervantesAugust 13, 2014
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