Apple will unveil a new Watch wearable at its September iPhone event. The new device will feature LTE connectivity and be able to make calls and stream music independent of an iPhone connection.
Apple is hitting technological roadblocks in its quest to divorce the Watch from the iPhone. Unfortunately, large amount of power needed for cellular connections is proving too much for the Watch.
It's amazing what you can get for under five bucks these days. In India, you'll soon be able to get a smartphone with a 4-inch qHD display, 1.3 GHz quad-core CPU, 8 GB storage (expandable) and more.
When Telstra Australia users were hit with severe outages on Tuesday, the company suggested that they might compensate with free data, this is exactly what they have done for Valentine's Day.
A leading cleric has issued a fatwa against high-speed internet, calling it "against Sharia and moral standards", but Iran's President Rouhani says that web access is vital for the younger generation.
As Moore's law predicted, micro-processing grows ever smaller with Intel's one cent sized 3G modem that will likely soon invade all sorts of wearables and other random objects.
Tedious plane trips could be that much better in the European Union after new rules regarding phone usage were implemented. Passengers can now use 3G and 4G services to make calls and browse the net.