Google launches Adiantum encryption for low-end Androids
Way faster than AES.
Google snaps up Fossil smartwatch tech, staff
Only for a singular technology, though.
Ericsson certificate expiry downs mobile data networks
Axiotron has announced that its homebrew Apple Mac-based tablet PC, the ModBook, is now available to order. Can a MacBook really be hacked into a commercially viable tablet?
A technology developed to protect soldiers from contaminants in the battlefield may be used to get your iPod to boogie away underwater.
E-Lead Electronics has announced a rival for the Eee PC: the Noahpad. It's small, white, and runs Linux; is it just another clone, or has it got its own merits?
The networking division of mobile phone giant Nokia has announced trials of a wireless technology capable of transferring data to mobiles at 173Mb/s.
Research in Motion has filed a patent for a new 'angular' keyboard designed to make text entry easier and faster on their flagship BlackBerry devices. It looks a little goofy, but it could just work...
In the second part of this series on PC memory technology, Ryan investigates the secrets behind mobile DDR and self-refreshing technologies, power down modes and chip packaging technologies.
Rumours that Sony is making a PlayStation Phone have been circulating all day. Unfortunately, it's turned out to be a load of nonsense.
A new study from the Australasian Journal of Clinical Environmental Medicine has found a possible link between WiFi devices and childhood autism.
The Australian national science agency have displayed preliminary plans for a jacket capable of generating and storing power to run mobile devices from the body’s movement.
Intel kicked off IDF Taiwan with a bang by introducing a new mobile quad-core CPU and two new mobile computing cooling technologies.
A recent blog post by Mike Schroepfer reveals that a mobile version of the popular Firefox web browser is in the works.
The rumours say that Google is working on a new mobile phone but analysts say differently. Could a new mobile OS be coming from Google labs?
IDF FALL 07: Intel has disclosed some information on its next-generation mobile platform, codenamed Montevina.
Over this past weekend, many UK mobile users have found a new feature activated on their mobiles called PayForIt, which allows users to make purchases using their mobile.
Following on the heels of the Skype outage last week, rival company JAJAH has announced a surge of more then 50 percent in registrations.
Last night Intel introduced its first mobile Core 2 Extreme processor and reveals that quad-core processors in notebooks aren't far away!
COMPUTEX 2007: We have a bash at some retro gaming while going ultra portable, yet, still retaining a use of a full keyboard and decent sized screen.
COMPUTEX 2007: VIA shows off the world's smallest fully functional x86 PC. Its mobile-ITX form factor is just 75mm x 45mm in size.
In response to growing fears about mobile phone and WiFi radiation, Swiss clothes designers have unveiled the first radiation-proof briefs to help protect the little fella.
Hot on the heels of the Phenom announcement, AMD has just revealed a new mobile platform and CPU - currently known as Puma and Griffin. We delve into architectural detail to see what's new in these animals.
Massive pressure is mounting on the UK Government to investigate Wi-Fi technology and its place in Britain's schools.
IDF SPRING 2007: Mobile Experts, Dadi Perlmutter and Anand Chandrasekher, offer insights into the future of the UMPC and Intel's vision of Internet connectivity.
With so many duff mice about it can be a bit of a minefield out there. Thankfully, it's a minefield we can send Joe Martin into as he tests out four of the newest mice on the market...
November 15 2019 | 13:00
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