Tethercell from Tetherboard provides remote control over batteries via a Bluetooth 4.0 connection and can be recharged.
A Finnish newspaper reports about a Nokia Lumia 920 Windows Phone which got run over and buried by a 24-ton earth mover. The screen was cracked up and the frame bent, but it still worked!
An epidemic of stolen cell phones has San Francisco district attorney George Gascón demanding that handset companies put a remote "kill switch" into the devices. They're blowing him off. Experts say that there's little upside in the kill-switch for Apple, Samsung and the other handset makers and that the scheme is probably impractical.
Facebook Home gives Android devices a new type of social wrapper that's not quite an OS. Take a closer look at what it does to your smartphone.
Formerly known as the "iPod Touch" Apple is recasting this product as an affordable, easy-to-handle micro tablet. "It's the best 4-inch iPad we've ever made!" says Apple's Phil Schiller.
The Modbook Pro transforms the MacBook Pro into a device that mimics a tablet, without a touch screen.
Verizon's LTE network is available in more markets and has a better reliability rate, however, according to findings by independent analytics firm Root Metrics.
IT is being stampeded into adopting MDM to protect mobile devices. But it's not a silver bullet, and it may be overkill for many needs where conventional wireless network security best practices will suffice.
Until today — March 12, 2013 — Internet Explorer 10 in the new Windows UI allowed Adobe Flash content only when the site was on a special Microsoft-controlled whitelist. Now all sites are allowed except those on a special Microsoft-controlled blacklist. It's probably a concession to usability problems.
At the Enterprise Connect conference in Orlando later this month, four startups focused on enterprise communication and collaboration - Nexistant, Plivo, Scoop App and ÜberConference - will receive awards for Enterprise Connect's Third Annual Innovation Showcase competition. Enterprise Connect explores unified communications, network video, SIP trunking and BYOD for an IT audience.
We're learning more about the Galaxy S IV before its March 14 launch.
After detecting a coordinated intrusion into their network, Evernote forced a system-wide password reset today. The attackers were able to access Evernote user information, which includes usernames, email addresses associated with Evernote accounts and encrypted passwords.
Military releases a new plan to accelerate the adoption of mobile devices and apps for both classified and unclassified use.
Researchers at Duo Security detailed an attack that could have allowed a hacker to hijack a user's Google account
One quarter of smartphone users store "intimate" images on their mobile devices, says security vendor AVG.
myIDkey is a secure USB device that acts as a hardware password manager. The device authenticates the user with a fingerprint swipe. It talks Bluetooth to your mobile device and you talk to it to get it to display secured data such as passwords. But you can't buy it yet; today they launched on Kickstarter for funding.
HTC aims high with their claims for their revamped Android smartphone. Like previous HTC phones this one is aimed at consumers with a focus on media consumption and other lifestyle features, like TV remote control. A shame it lacks microSD storage expansion.
Gadget repair site iFixit finds Microsoft Surface Pro virtually unrepairable
Vertu introduces the $6,000 Ti smartphone -- complete with concierge services -- for those with discerning taste and preferences