Scientists are researching a new technology that allows a thin, flexible strip to harvest bioenergy from sweat, and turn that into power.
Comscore was asked to conduct a study that would find out what applications people use and how much they rely on default and third-party applications.
Two concepts are coming into focus for Samsung's future product pipeline: a vertical folding phone and an outward folding phone.
Researchers in Canada are looking into how silicon could be made to support lithium-ion batteries with 10 times the capacity of today's batteries.
Samsung not only claims dominance in the OLED market, where it has long held the lead, but also in LCD production for smartphones.
Apple is helping to study eating disorders performed by the medical school of the University of North Carolina with the use of their Apple Watch.
A recent research is trying to analyze the present and predict the future. It claims that 2019 smartphone shipments will be under 1.5 billion.
If you're visiting a marketplace or a museum and have their apps, their cameras may be able to send you messages by tracking how you move.
A recent study is bringing to light exactly what kind of impacts even the mere presence of a smartphone can do to our attention span and our ability to solve problems.
An investigation into the wireless industry's campaign to squash scientific evidence of links between cell phone use and increased cancer risks is making waves.
Customer satisfaction is at an all-time high for both T-Mobile and flagship prepaid sub-brand MetroPCS, according to the latest J.D. Power research.
The California Department of Health is telling cellphone users to keep them away from their beds while sleeping and even from their pocket.
The patents are being applied for and this looks like yet another promising sign that the battery revolution is coming. But is it really?
In addition to those waves, photodiodes also help in collecting ambient light to power a barebones phone through a phone call through Skype.
It's a phone with a bendy, holographic display and it was dreamed up by a whole lab of scholars in Canada. It's the HoloFlex.