The Five operators come together to launch an app store
Sectors - Mobile Computing
The overall functionality of the device gives decent satisfaction for a mid-range phone.
Apple is working on incorporating the Technology in its next iPhone
Google's Project Glass is Google's attempt to make wearable computing a reality.
The President has asked the agencies to release mobile apps to Better Serve the American People
2011 already showed significant growth for the mHealth app market. In 2012 the market size will nearly double.
A Steve Jobs action figure along with with miniature iPad and iPhone is set to go on sale
Verizon wireless will charge its customers $2 fee for paying their bills online or by phone from Jan 15th.
Take a look at some of the most awaited babies to enter the market in 2012 to add more oomph to our already buzzing techholic lives!
The 30 Rock star recently poked fun at the American Airlines Incident on Saturday Night Live show
Qualcomm Atheros' Skifta lets you access and enjoy your music, videos and photos on any Android device at Home or on Cloud
Apple will forgo its historical practice of utilizing large exhibition halls in San Francisco for the iPhone 5 announcement
A preview of the next generation iPhone 5. Is it an evolutionary upgrade or a redesign of iPhone 4?
The company bought 42,000 iPhones for its employees to aid them in offering undisrupted customer service
Apple briefly outshined Exxon Mobil to become the most valuable company in the United States
Philadelphia's new law will fine Pedestrians who text while they walk
While handsets and laptops offer host of mobile computing options, it's the mobile broadband network that connects all those dots.
Samsung Galaxy S II, has reached a milestone in sales attaining sales of 3 million units globally
Onswipe will help anyone give their website the touch-and-swipe experience for free
T Mobile has outlined the goal it had set for itself to double the speed of its 4G HSPA+ network to 25 metro markets
Google announced the launch of "Chromebooks", a Chrome operating system-based notebook
In January 2011, Starbucks began accepting mobile payments via the Starbucks Card Mobile iPhone and BlackBerry applications at 6,800 company-operated stores. When Starbucks launched their system was met with a security flaw, a flaw that hasn’t slowed down the success of the company’s ipHone and BlackBerry apps.