Say goodbye to lag and solitary gameplay: with Google's latest gaming experiment, real-time real-life community is key.
A lab in Tokyo has come up with a way to associate tactile sensations with an interface projected onto nearly any surface, including your own hand.
A Japanese company has come up with an innovative attachment that connects your smartphone's text messages and emails to a bank of smells.
For the first time, smartphones surpassed traditional cellphones in sales.
MIT researchers create an elastic touchscreen with a 2D display.
T-Mobile's smartphone pricing scheme simply replaces a two-year service plan with a two-year hardware plan, but you may not care.
Is putting social content on the homescreen more important than a page full of apps? Facebook thinks so.
Samsung's 5.5-inch Galaxy Note II not big enough for your gigantic hands? Rumors point to "Mega" sized smartphones with even larger screens.
More and more we're using out smartphones as our primary camera, but is this a good idea for posterity? Digital camera makers are trying to tempt you out of it with new models.
It's like a gas can for your change pocket, and your smartphone.