PaperFold is the a smartphone that works like paper: you can fold it and bend it to mimic a laptop, tablet, or even a map.
As more of us download more multimedia to our mobile devices, spectrum crowding ensues. Instead of acquiring more spectrum, the father of the cellphone says we just need to use current spectrum more efficiently.
By using Spritz, an app that displays one word at a time instead of continuous text, you can easily double (and maybe even triple) your reading speed.
Our redesigned, refreshed, reworked, and (now) relaunched Android app is better than ever.
We've just launched a sparkly new app specifically for all of you with BlackBerry devices.
We've completely reworked our mobile app, and it's better than ever.
The use of supercapacitors could allow us to charge our electronic devices faster and for a longer period of time.
The Minuum keyboard is called "the little keyboard for big fingers," but is it really easier to use?
A new 3-axis analog joystick has just been created that is mounted on your mobile device's camera instead of on its touchscreen. That means now your whole screen is free for gameplay.
The next level of social media-powered graffiti has arrived in the form of the SMS Slingshot, a device that lets you virtually paints city walls with text messages that are automatically sent to Twitter.