Martin Cooper, the inventor of modern-era cell phones, has envisioned a different future for our phones. He said future phones would be embedded under the skin of our ears and won't need charging.
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Vodafone is planning to offer a range of new services in Europe that will extend the life of devices. This will help the company become a circular economy business where little is thrown away.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the tech industry as companies moved hardware launches online. According to Gartner, device shipments for 2020 are expected to drop by 13.6%.
China has asked the United States government to stop being unreasonable following the latter's attempts to prevent Huawei buying chips from international firms such as Taiwan's TSMC.
The UK's Commons Transport Select Committee now believes that hands-free mobile usage ought to be banned by law in England and Wales. It will open up the proposal for public consultation this year.
HTC has listed all of its mobile devices as 'out of stock' on its UK site. HTC previously promised to include a workaround in its phones due to a patent infringement but failed to do so.
In a bid to clamp down on illegal mobile phone usage while driving, new mobile detection cameras will be tested in two New South Wales locations. A prior test recorded 11,000 infringements.
Samsung has developed a graphene ball material which can allow batteries to reach a full charge in just 12 minutes. The company suggests the material can be used in phones and electric vehicles.
After rumors started swirling a few days ago, it now looks like things are becoming official and that Microsoft will indeed sell its feature phone business, and the licensed Nokia name to Foxconn.
Nokia, a company best-known for mobile phones and modern technology, is actually turning 150 today, as it looks back on its past and looks forward towards an uncertain future.
A new rule has been implemented in Xinjiang, China, where people are obliged to register their information whenever they buy gadgets. This was reportedly a move to reduce terrorism in the area.
As Nokia's devices and services business transitions to Microsoft's care, we take a look back at some of the most significant and interesting handsets from the company's history.
iFixit has taken to BlackBerry's flagship Z10 smartphone, showing how you too can do the same with your phone if you need to repair it. How well does the Z10 stack up in regards to repairs?
AT&T's CEO Randall Stephenson predicted this week that some wireless phone carrier would offer data-only plans for their mobile phones within the next two years.
Samsung has announced that it is going to stop providing sales data on its line-up of both mobile phones and tablets. The company said alongside this that it may present business risks in the face...
One of the biggest problems for mobile phone users or indeed anyone that uses a portable consumer electronics device is the consumption of power. Despite attempts to create longer lasting batteries for various products ultimately...
Currently, software is standing at the center stage of the show, and more and more people begin to emphasize its importance. The most prominent example is Android which is an open-source software stack developed by...
A study released by Motorola Inc. indicates over half of consumers utilized mobile phones during the holiday shopping season. Fifty-one percent of shoppers across 11 countries scouted for coupons, did comparison shopping, and looked for...