A survey of people in 11 low- and middle-income countries found women were on average 14 percent less likely to own a phone than men, and sometimes up to 38 percent.
If a critical mass of privacy is to be built and maintained, awareness of very obvious cultural trends has to be taken into account.
Smash Hit gives you all the fun of breaking windows with none of the consequences.
It's called "Revealr," and it's exactly what it sounds like.
He wants his new game to teach kids "about managing your emotions and making healthy decisions."
Rather than finding a new remix of a social network, a system that can bring existent platforms to more people for less money could be truly disruptive.
Eliss Infinity once again will stretch the boundaries of touchscreen gaming.
Despite past resistance from both manufacturers and carriers, kill switches won’t be very difficult for the smartphone industry to implement.
Local public health officials are searching for the perfect alchemy of intrusiveness and efficacy.
As smartphone theft continues to rise, one prominent prosecutor says carriers are more interested in cash than solving the problem.