Scientists may soon gain location data from users’ phones by luring them with addictive gameplay, as researchers take advantage of mobile devices to help with their projects.
CIA Director David Petraeus admits the government could, and likely would, spy on citizens through their appliances, as “smart home” devices become a market reality.
Anonymous released a potentially unsafe OS, saddling the collective with trust issues as it moves to expand beyond hacking.
Text-speak and spellcheck are killing off unconventional words and encouraging shorter communication, but the flexible language still manages to survive.
“The Walking Dead” is debuting a Facebook game in April, allowing users to kill zombies with their friends and feeding off the growing social gaming niche.
Consumers say they prefer devices with screens in the range of 4.5-inches, according to a study, an idea that may look a lot better on paper than in execution.
Johns Hopkins is researching the benefits of health-related apps, a move that may solidify and organize the vast medical potential of the mobile industry.
Google is refreshing its search engine to make it more intuitive, inching closer to providing the instant answer as it fends off competition.
Scientists are turing living snails into batteries, highlighting the innovative solutions for alternative-energy espionage.
Hackers showed up at SXSW’s Film Festival to support a documentary about Anonymous, reiterating their mission following a crackdown on their collective.