Blackphone encrypted communications to the masses

The Blackphone handset, which is being unveiled at Mobile World Congress, goes on sale in June for $629. It looks like a typical Android smartphone and is based on a security-hardened version of the OS called “PrivatOS.” Standard applications include … Continue reading

Google Project Tango Gives Spatial Understanding to Mobile Devices

What if your mobile device could determine whether it was in the garage, the kitchen, or the living room by the shape of it or be sound echo-location (the way sound reverberates in a room), and changed the TV’s volume, … Continue reading

Wireless Charging Gets a New Standard

FREMONT, California and HOUSTON, Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) and Power Matters Alliance (PMA) today announced that the two associations have signed an agreement aimed at establishing global interoperability of these two leading wireless power standards.  The PMA … Continue reading

BYOD: Consequences on your own business

BYOD (Bring your Own Device): Consequences on your own business Whether you’re an IT administrator or an end user, you have probably observed that BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) has become more prevalent than ever in most companies these days. … Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy S4 Cases Let Your Personality Shine

Everyone is excited about Samsung’s latest edition to the Galaxy family of smart phones (or phablets as some call them), the S4. The S4 has an impressive list of features: it carriers a full HD 1920×1080 Amoled display, the latest Android … Continue reading

BlackBerry OS10 New Features

Even though BlackBerry has been late to the smartphone, the all new BlackBerry 10 OS comes with modern features which make it a lot superior to the OS7 platform and on par to the experience in other smartphone platforms like … Continue reading