In what world has a 4.3 inch screened smartphone earned the label ‘mini’? If manufacturers are going to go for ‘mini’ handsets then let’s go for truly pocketable smartphones without the cut down specifications.
Flexible circuitry is frequently a one-way affair -- we've seen bendy displays and touch layers, but rarely both in one surface. UC Berkeley is at last merging those two technologies through a plastic
Reports this week indicate that Apple is building a substantial team of veterans from multiple industries to build a stylish, multi-functional iWatch. The timing of the hires points to a late 2014 release,
This week, Microsoft took a $900 million charge against its Surface effort, showing that the idea of merging PCs and tablets has not resonated with consumers. At the same time, growth in mobile phones
Smartphones are susceptible to malware and carriers have enabled NSA snooping, but the prevailing wisdom has it there’s still one part of your mobile phone that remains safe and un-hackable: your SIM Yet
The music of long-running concert series Video Games Live is "modern day classical music" and is just as relevant as scores by any classical composer, creator Tommy Tallarico told the San Francisco Classical