New radiation-shielding briefs may just save your sperm
An Israeli company claims their new technology can charge phones and car batteries incredibly quickly.
The company that installed cellphone tracking devices in payphone booths is spearheading the installation of hot spot hub network.
New Pew Research Center study shows 30-49-year-olds using cell phones and social at similar rate to 18-29 year olds.
Sitting on a supply of smartphones, what is next for the e-commerce giant?
Assessing the current climate, we may have reached the age of mobile payments.
His speech was punctuated with "I don't know" and "I haven't thought about it."
Researchers develop a battery that can change the charging game
SIM cards are multiplying five times faster than people.
Police can read FireChat communications
Experiment exposes the risk of accessing public Wi-fi
What is the government hiding about Stingray use?
An app brings together those in need of some physical contact.
Researchers are designing ways to power electronics using the movement of the human body
But this is true only for information stored on your device, not your iCloud
In Chongqing, text and walk—but only in the cell phone lane
And what lesson can they teach the U.S.?
Waiting in line seems pretty lame, but it can be pretty lucrative
Secretive surveillance makes your calls an open book for the NSA and even local cops
Comparing physical and digital searches "is like saying a ride on horseback is materially indistinguishable from a flight to the moon," Chief Justice John Roberts writes