Data from smartphones and Twitter can accurately show the size of a crowd, helping first responders in an emergency.
BlackBerry is laying off an unspecified number of workers around the world
The first in the world to use “biometric authentication using iris recognition” technology
Google search will start factoring in how easy websites are to read on smartphones or tablet computers
Samsung estimated that its sales fell 12 percent to 47 trillion won ($43 billion) during the first quarter
The Samsung Z1 went on sale for 5,700 rupees ($92), one of the cheapest phones that Samsung has launched
For the consumer who wants a smartphone to make an impression, the Lamborghini nameplate can do that -- for a cool $6,000, shipping included. Tonino ...
The Ministry of Interior has announced plans to launch a new smartphone app service for reporting road accidents
The device will be manufactured by Foxconn, which makes Apple's handsets
Some ex-iPhone users complained that iMessages were not delivered or received
Instagram application for photos and photo sharing does not allow its users to save the photos they like, making the user obliged to take a picture ...
Several users of California-based tech giant Apple’s bestselling device have complained that their hair is getting caught in it
The two-day conference is the largest app and mobile technology events in the Middle East
The issue highlights the risks and challenges that suppliers face to meet Apple’s tough specifications
The company has been expanding into mobile technology as the traditional PC market cools and consumers increasingly go online using phones and tablets
Snapchat application lets people send photos and videos that disappear in a few seconds
The jockeys in the game seem to represent adult men, putting to rest controversy about the previous tradition of using children
The technology will be about 1,000 times faster than 4G services
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