The frenzy that is Black Friday is almost here, and smartphones are seeing quite a number of price cuts from carriers and manufacturers alike. We've rounded up some of the best, so you'll prepared for the big day.
A government agency is asking smartphone makers to build in technology that reduces the functionality of the device when its owner is driving. The idea is part of wider efforts to reduce accidents caused by distracted driving.
A scientific study has shown molecular data gathered from the outside of a smartphone may be used to build up a forensic profile of the device's owner, right down to if they're a coffee drinker, or are using a hair regrowth treatment.
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It looks like Lenovo is set to make a big push with the Moto brand. The company has announced that it will sell all its phones under the Moto name from now on, while continuing to sell computers under the Lenovo name.
Tobii, pioneers of infrared-based eye-tracking, want to adapt their technology to mobile devices like smartphones, tablets, and virtual reality headsets. It is seeking a $50 million cash infusion to do so.