The sensors in your smartphone could be used to detect earthquakes with the iShake.
Not every pair of smart specs has to cost an arm and a leg.
It looks like Motorola is working up a low-cost Moto X.
A lightweight smartphone camera attachment created by UCLA scientists can detect the fatal HCMV virus, one thousandth the width of a human hair.
If this project gets off the ground, smartphones could be infinitely personalized and would never need replacing.
Sony has asked every single one of its divisions to contribute something to its latest Xperia super smartphone, the Z1. The biggest contributor: the camera division's 20.7-megapixel camera.
This is a lens that takes pictures. It doesn't come with a camera body. Instead of a body, it connects to smartphones. Any questions?
Instead of relying on the news for real-time weather updates, Weathermob relies on other people.
Drync, a new smartphone app, allows you to finally know exactly you're buying.
A new report has pegged the release of the next iPhone to a firm date in September, setting the stage for the next wave of Apple hype that usually precedes such events.