Mr. Snowden, speaking from Russia to an M.I.T. Media Lab conference, said the idea was to alert users to electronic surveillance in dangerous areas. Advertisements
Plenty of people still like to read their comics on paper, but increasingly, phones and tablets are the devices of choice for keeping up with the Justice League. Last year, … Continue Reading →
The modular phone to begin all modular phones. The post Review: Motorola Moto Z appeared first on WIRED.
Fast processing, hi-res screens, good cameras. Sure, some are certainly better than others, but even the bad ones are capable of things unthinkable on a mobile device not all that … Continue Reading →
The Moto Z is a smartphone first and a thousand other things after that. The post Motorola’s Crazy Plan to Reinvent the Phone by Breaking It Into Pieces appeared first … Continue Reading →
Encrypted comms company Silent Circle, which also makes a security-focused Android smartphone called the Blackphone, has announced it’s closed a $50 million Series C round of financing, led by Santander … Continue Reading →
Sidekix, Clarice and Google Translate can help you discover and navigate new cities and sites, and make the most of your time there.
Earlier this week, Facebook gave a small group of reporters a tour of its Prineville, OR data center. In the process, the company also showed off its mobile device lab for … Continue Reading →
The game’s developer made expansive permission requests — in error, it says, and it uses only basic data — but many apps make similar requests.
The game gets kids off the couch, but do our usual screen time limits apply?
The smartphone game sends people into the streets to capture exotic virtual monsters, and it has soared to the top of the download charts.
Virtually all smartphones have FM chipsets inside, but you’re probably locked out of using it. The post Your Phone Has an FM Chip. So Why Can’t You Listen to the … Continue Reading →
We teamed up with The Wirecutter to determine the best methods for preventing your phone from going dark.
Encrypted comms company Silent Circle is being sued by its former joint venture hardware partner, Geeksphone, for not paying part of a previous agreed sale price for buying out the … Continue Reading →
If you’re anything like me you want your apps to let others follow you around but refuse to let them share photographs of your food. But how can you tell … Continue Reading →
Dell will no longer sell or upgrade its Android tablet line and will instead focus on Windows devices. The news broke last week but I suspect the holiday – and … Continue Reading →
Now on Tap was one of the marquee features of Android Marshmallow when Google first announced this update to its mobile operating system last year (which is now already being … Continue Reading →
Twenty years ago only one out of 10 people in Mexico had a telephone of any kind. Today, more than 100 million people have cell phones and, more amazingly, more … Continue Reading →
The waiting is over for select Samsung fans in the States who have been holding out for the company’s flagship to get the carrier-free treatment. The smartphone giant announced today … Continue Reading →
Accessibility, conceptually, is much more than just the discrete “accessibility options for people with disabilities”. At its heart, accessibility is about just that: access. You don’t need to have a … Continue Reading →
The smartphone has become the digital Swiss Army Knife of modern life. Beyond making phone calls, it takes pictures and videos, facilitates purchases, connects us to our social networks, helps … Continue Reading →