With a new app developed by Swiss researchers, users can now control their smartphones with gestures resembling sign language.
Indian handset users see their smartphones as devices that enable higher productivity at work and enhance communications and collaboration with colleagues, a study by Canadian handset maker BlackBerry said.
Do not irk your seniors with smartphone use during meetings as bosses find smartphone use inappropriate while discussing future goals or tasks at hand.
Are you addicted to your smartphone and cannot find time for social outings? Try this NoPhone to shun the virtual world and stay closer to reality.
Nearly 75 percent of the college students in the US are dependent on smartphones while one in five consider themselves to be "lost" without the device, says a study.
California Governor Jerry Brown has signed a crucial bill into law that empowers smartphone users with a 'kill switch' in case their device is stolen.
Nearly 2.5 billion people or 35 percent of the global population is expected to use smartphones by the end of 2015, says the latest report of US-based industry tracker Strategy Analytics.
The number of mobile connections in India is expected to grow by 8 percent to touch 815 million this year, even as the market is expected to remain at almost the same level as last year - at $19.2 billion, research firm Gartner said.
Smartphone users in the country are among the biggest consumers of data globally, spending over three hours on an average on their devices, a study by telecom equipment maker Ericsson today said.
Do you love to customize your smartphone more often as you are more worried about how others will perceive you with a phone in hand?
Selling your used smartphone? Deleting files may not be enough! Researchers from Prague-based security software company AVAST said they were easily able to retrieve personal data from used smartphones sold online, despite consumers deleting their data.
If your kid cannot get away from smartphone even while having dinner or watching TV, he/she is not the only one. According to a new survey by Bank of America, nearly 50 percent of mobile phone users in the US cannot last a day without smartphone.
Apple's share of the smartphone market might be slipping when faced with competition from cheaper Android handsets, but when it comes to retaining customers, it is still the number-one handset brand with a 75 percent retention level. That is, according to the WDS (Wireless Data Services) Mobile Loyalty Audit 2014, published Wednesday, which is based on responses from 4000 smartphone owners in the UK, US, Australia and South Africa.