The Federal Government must have the ability to communicate at all times and under all circumstances to carry out its most critical and time sensitive missions. Such communications must be possible under all circumstances to ensure
...an extraordinary story that will actually have an impact on the day-to-day lives of tens of millions of Americans is rolling efficiently forward in dozens of state legislatures. And neither mainstream media nor the public is paying much attention.
Google may be a little late to the tablet party, but its Nexus 7 should make plenty of friends.
A judge granted Apple's request for an injunction blocking US sales of Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphones made in collaboration with Google to challenge the iPhone.
Apple has waged an international patent war since 2010 as it seeks to limit the growth of Google's Android system, the world's best-selling mobile operating platform. A decisive injunction in one of the U.S. legal cases could strengthen Apple's hand
Analysis shows that the struggling company could make plenty of money from its mobile patents.
Samsung rightfully enjoys pointing out that it ships more Android smartphones than anyone else.
Easy online access and the popularity of personal electronic devices mean that an increasing number of people are staying connected while on vacation, researchers report.
Facebook's chief technology officer Bret Taylor has announced he is leaving the social network site in the coming weeks to start up a new company.
Terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba has developed its own VoIP network that connects its members over GPRS networks. The network is frustrating India's intel community, as it is far harder to spy on than email or commercial VoIP services.
Here's the best thing to come out of Sean Parker's new startup, Airtime. Ronen Verbit was testing out the video chatting service and ran into Mark Zuckerberg. He posted the screenshot on Tumblr.
Designer Michal Bonikowski has put out some speculative designs of what a Facebook phone might look like.
Remember Hot or Not, the scandalous website which invited you to rate people on their appearance—and helped inspire Facebook?
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a technique to efficiently divide the bandwidth of the wireless spectrum in multi-hop wireless networks to improve operation and provide all users in the network with the best possible p
WE HAVE THE INTERNET. WHO NEEDS RADIO? Podcasting is cool, but radio can reach people who would never find a given podcast…
Language is so much more than a string of words. To understand what someone means, you need context.
The Phoenix 411 is a rapid message distribution network. You can use The Phoenix 411 to participate in our growing liberty movement.
HealthTap is an app available on iOS, Android, and the web that lets people ask medical questions of real doctors and get quick answers in return.
Social media marketing is getting incredibly complicated.
Scenario: Your government is displeased with the communication going on in your location and pulls the plug on your internet access, most likely by telling the major ISPs to turn off service.
What do you do when your startup gets off to an OK start but not a great one? Hunker down and figure out ways to lure users? Or sweep all the junk off the desktop and start over?
A growing body of evidence suggests that the molecular machinery of life emits and absorb photons. Now one biologist has evidence that this light is a new form of cellular communication.
Newly issued shares in Facebook Inc may have a hard time in the coming week if lead underwriter Morgan Stanley stops supporting the stock and managers lower down in the IPO book who were hoping for an early surge decide to get out before going under
This fall, with the expected release of Android 5.0, Google might completely reinvent its Nexus smartphone program
The HTC One X is a wonder of a phone — sleek and thin with a brilliant screen. And yet it comes pre-loaded with so much unremovable bloatware, you’d swear that Microsoft was involved.
Using your smartphone to take a photo of a document is one of those things that seems like it should be easy, but just isn’t. First you have to futz with the angle and the distance. Then there’s the flash: on, it’s too bright and washed out; off, it’
A US commission sided with Microsoft by moving to ban the import of Android-powered Motorola smartphones based on patent infringement complaints by the software colossus.
Hugo Fiennes, the hardware boss behind the first four iPhones, has a brilliant new startup called Electric Imp.
Sometime in early 2004, as Mark Zuckerberg was furiously coding the first iterations of The Facebook in his Harvard dorm room, the Internet passed what then seemed to be an impressive milestone: 750 million people worldwide had become connected.
Verizon's CFO Fran Shammo said today that the carrier will eliminate unlimited data plans when customers make the switch to a 4G phone.