A operadora japonesa Docomo anunciou um conceito interessante que poderia mudar a maneira como usamos celulares e tablets: um dispositivo vestível no seu pulso leva o chip SIM e age como um dispositivo de autenticação para todo tipo de hardware.
De acordo com o Ericsson Mobility Report, o mundo terminou 2013 com 200 milhões de dispositivos M2M
O BreakFree (gratuito para iOS e Android) é capaz de monitorar o tempo que o usuário gasta com o smartphone, exibindo gráficos de uso por dia, semana e mês.
Cobertura de rede e qualidade do serviço são os principais motivos que levam os usuários a permanecerem ou trocarem de operadora
Q: Recently I have been feeling overwhelmed by technology. I have two mobile phones, a tablet, plus several laptops that seem to be taking over my life. Do you ever “unplug”? If so, how do you do it? I feel like my world will come crashing down if I miss a single email...
This story isn’t about someone like you, it’s about you. Your unique habits, preferences and expectations. It’s about how you like to start your holiday shopping early and how you are the master of multi-tasking, regularly completing your banking on your smartphone while you’re in transit on your daily commute.
It's no secret that smartphones and tablets increase levels of interpersonal communication. It's never been easier to get in touch with family and friends. However, results from a recent Gallup poll show that mobile technology influences other areas of American adults' day-to-day lives as well, such as business and politics
PayPal users will now have more options to pay with their phone when dining out. Thanks to a collaboration with Tel Aviv-headquartered checkout technology provider MyCheck, users will be able to pay for select restaurant bills and bar tabs, split their bill, tip their servers, redeem offers and more.
Think your smartphone is all about Candy Crush and restaurant reviews? Think again. They're actually having an impact on the way you shop, too.
After months of resisting the idea, the smartphone industry says it is ready to introduce new anti-theft technology that could reduce the rising number of smartphone robberies nationwide. Major smartphone manufacturers and wireless companies said Tuesday they would offer free anti-theft features on all new smartphones made after July 2015.